Michigan is one of only a small number of states that recognize the use of a Lady Bird Deed (also known as an Enhanced Life Estate Deed) as a method of transferring real property title upon the death of the property owner and avoid the complexities of the probate process. While not a substitute for a complete estate plan, a Lady Bird Deed may be a tool worth considering depending on your specific situation.READ MORE
You can’t take it with you when you go.
Everything you own will pass to someone else when you die. If you have a will, you have the right to specify who gets what when you die. If you don’t have a will, by default, a body of law (the law of intestate succession) gives you an estate plan.READ MORE