Guardianship vs. Conservatorship | The TGQ Law Firm

Conservatorship vs Guardianship

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The TGQ Law Firm Probate Attorney Laurie Brewis Honored with the Washtenaw County Bar Association’s Annual Darrow-Harris Award

The TGQ Law Firm’s probate attorney, Laurie Brewis, has recently been honored with the 10th Annual Darrow-Harris Award. The Washtenaw County Bar Association’s Board of Directors announced that Attorney Brewis is one of the attorneys recognized. The WCBA is giving this year’s Darrow-Harris Award to those lawyers who provide volunteer services to the Homes for Generations Program.… Read more

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What Happens In Probate Court?

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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

Common Quarrels in Probate Proceedings: What you should know

Losing a relative and dealing with family conflict during probate proceedings can be emotionally and financially draining. It is to forestall the possibility of internal squabbles after their passing that clients are advised to put in place a ‘quarrel-proof’ estate plan.… Read more