Estate Planning

One of West Michigan’s Top Area Estate Planning Firms

The list of Top Area Estate Planning Firms by Crain’s Grand Rapids Business, which ranks firms based on the number of estate planning clients in West Michigan in 2022, stands as the most thorough and reliable resource. This ranking is derived from responses to surveys conducted by Crain’s Grand Rapids Business, with “West Michigan” defined […]

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Legal Alert: Michigan Adopts New Financial Power Of Attorney Law

On November 7, 2023, Michigan adopted a new financial power of attorney law. It joined 29 other states in passing what’s called a uniform law. In other words, Michigan now has a financial power of attorney (sometimes called a “POA”) that’s consistent with 29 other states in the country. In this new law, Michigan has

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Are You All Set?

Estate planning is in part about having peace of mind that “you’re all set.” In other words, you’ve put together a plan that will play out the way you intended upon your disability or death.If you’ve done an estate plan, you should still ask whether “you’re all set” every once and a while. Getting a

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Jessica Arends | Holland Attorney

Protecting Your Children: The Importance of Having a Power of Attorney

The high school class of 2023 has officially graduated, and parents are getting ready to send their children off into the real world—whether that be to work, college, or a different adventure. Many young adults will be moving out of their parent’s homes for the first time, as they attempt to navigate adulthood. Parents want to

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Haans Mulder | Holland Attorney

Family Ownership Succession: Which Option is Best for You?

Family ownership succession can happen between a number of different people or groups. Parents may transfer ownership to one or more of their children. Siblings may transfer ownership to each other or the next generation (i.e. nieces and nephews). Grandparents may even skip a generation and transfer ownership to a grandchild if their children aren’t

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