Start The Year Off Right! Protect Your Family With A Comprehensive Estate Plan

START THE YEAR OFF RIGHT! PROTECT YOUR FAMILY WITH A COMPREHENSIVE ESTATE PLAN Start this year off right and resolve to take care of yourself and your family.  A fresh first step is to have Watt Law Firm, P.C. create your comprehensive estate plan. A comprehensive estate plan should including the following documents:  will, financial and medical powers of attorney, and a living will.  If you already have an estate plan, consider having Watt Law Firm, P.C. review your documents to ensure that they still accurately convey your wishes and encompass all your…Read more

Young Adults Need an Estate Plan too!

Why Your College-Age Children Need an Estate Plan They Should Designate Someone to Make Medical and Financial Decisions By ANNE TERGESEN Sept. 21, 2013 8:49 p.m. ET Here’s an issue many families overlook when children leave for college: That child, in the eyes of the law, is now an adult—and needs some all-important documents.Once individuals reach the age of majority—18 in most states—their parents are no longer entitled to see their medical and financial records and make decisions on their behalf. As a result, it is important for young adults to set up an estate…Read more
When Obtaining An Attorney

When Obtaining An Attorney

When an attorney is admitted to the State Bar of Michigan, that allows the attorney to practice anywhere in Michigan.  In the United States everything is based on states law and states licensing and regulation.  Obviously, there are certain federal things but those are different.  The majority of divorces, law suits, everything that occurs within a certain state are authorized by that state. So, once an attorney is admitted to the State Bar of Michigan, the attorney can practice anywhere in Michigan.  Geographically and economically, sometimes it doesn’t make sense to travel to…Read more