Estate Planning, Probate and Trusts
Jackson Attorneys Serving Generations of Michigan Families
For over 120 years, our downtown Jackson-based estate planning, probate and trust litigation and administration lawyers have assisted individuals, families and fiduciaries (trustees and personal representatives) all over southern Michigan. Many times, we have helped multiple generations of families, and we are proud that families continue to rely on our experience and advice when they are making important life decisions.
The law firm of Curtis, Curtis & Brelinski, P.C. was founded back in 1901 by former Jackson County Probate Court Judge George H. Curtis. Since then, we have focused our legal practice on helping clients navigate the confusing and ever-changing laws regarding wills, trusts, financial and medical powers of attorney, living wills and probate and trust administration and litigation.
Our experienced attorneys and paralegals have over a combined 100 years of experience and would be happy to assist you and your family members. For more information regarding a specific topic, please browse our website for additional details about our legal services and how we can help you achieve your goals. Of course, you can always reach us by calling (517) 787-9481, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or completing our online contact form.
To read our online Estate Planning Guide, click here.
Estate Planning is an area of law that seeks to help individuals and families prepare for their personal, medical, family, and financial affairs in the event of death, serious illness, or disability. When most people think of estate planning, they th… Read More
Probate & Trust Administration
Probate and trust administration is a general area of law the describes law dealing with the distribution of an individual’s assets and the settlement of their liabilities after death. When a person dies, a new legal entity, the Estate, is crea… Read More
Probate & Trust Litigation
The illness, aging, disability or death of a loved one is a difficult time for family members, but it is unfortunately also a time when vulnerable adults may be taken advantage of by a person they trust. It happens much more often than you may think.… Read More