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Estate Planning and Probate Law

Macomb County, Michigan Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys — Knowledgeable Guidance in Southeast Michigan

O'Reilly Rancilio provides individualized estate planning services for orderly transfer of personal wealth or a family-owned business to your intended beneficiaries in the event of death, and to make your wishes known in the event of incapacity. Our attorneys are adept at anticipating scenarios and applying sophisticated strategies for tax minimization, probate avoidance, and funding nursing home care without depleting the estate. Our cross-disciplinary team further provides valuable insights for estate planning in the areas of business entity formation, estate tax planning and gifting, and valuation of closely held businesses or real estate.

We also offer experienced Michigan probate counsel for settling the affairs of a family member who has died, and legal advocacy in probate disputes. Our experienced trial lawyers provide formidable representation and solutions sensitive to family dynamics.

Based in Sterling Heights, our Macomb County estate planning and probate attorneys extend comprehensive planning and administration services to individuals, families and family businesses throughout the Detroit area and southeastern Michigan. We commonly represent out-of-state heirs or personal representatives in Michigan estate and trust matters.



Our estate planning and probate law attorneys are:


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Apr
17
Congratulations to O’Reilly Rancilio attorney Sharon DeWaele-Persichini, who was appointed Richmond Township attorney by the Board of Trustees at the April 7, 2020… Read More
Mar
16
The municipal law attorneys at O'Reilly Rancilio have developed a team to respond to questions that local government officials may have during the COVID-19 crisis. Read More
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May
29
With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting employment numbers, some entrepreneurs may consider starting a new business. The expertise that attorneys bring to business owne… Read More
May
28
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