Estate Planning Worksheet With A Pair of Glasses | What Is Estate Planning | The TGQ Law Firm

What Is Estate Planning?

Estate Planning | The TGQ Law Firm

Protect the ones you love by working with an estate planning attorney in Ann Arbor, MI. At The TGQ Law Firm, many of our clients procrastinate when getting their affairs in order because they see it as something you only need to do when you’re older.Read more

College Students

Protecting Your Adult Child As They Leave For College

By the time your child turns 18 and heads to college, you will no longer have legal authority over them. While some parents consider this as a natural part of getting older, you may want to continue protecting your adult child during their college years and beyond. Read more

Couple Signing Paperwork With Estate Planner | HEMS Standard | The TGQ Law Firm

What Is HEMS Standard, and Why Is It Important?

What is the HEMS Standard in a Trust?

Trusts are a method of protecting both your legacy and your loved ones—including their access to funds for health care and education. 

The HEMS (Health, Education, Maintenance, and Support) Standard enables your trustee to make distribution decisions based on the health, education, maintenance, and support of the recipient.Read more

Graduating Class Leaving Money for Education

Estate Planning: Leaving Money for Education

Leaving Money in a Will for Education

Provide for your child’s future by leaving money for education in your estate plan. Most parents don’t know how to leave money in a will for education because it requires the legal understanding of a licensed attorney.Read more

COVID

With 10 million Americans positive for COVID-19, estate planning is a must!

As of right now, 10.2 million American have tested positive for COVID-19, a virus that has also taken the lives of over 200,000 U.S. citizens. When we discussed COVID-19 and estate planning before today, no one knew how important it would still be to explain, in clear and concise detail, why planning your estate — by putting a will, trust, or other documentation in place before your demise — is more important now than ever before in our lifetime.… Read more

medical power of attorney

Medical Power of Attorney Plan: What decisions need to be made and when

When it comes to medical powers of attorney, most people would rather think about something else…anything else. The thought of a loved one not being physically or mentally able to make health-wise decisions is enough to leave anyone overwhelmed. However, we should let this year be a lesson: always have a plan!… Read more