Comprehensive, Compassionate Ann Arbor Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys

At Musser Love, P.C., we are here to help you with all of your estate planning and probate needs. Throughout Michigan, people seek out our attorneys because of our comprehensive yet compassionate approach to our clients and their concerns.

Estate Plans: Planning Ahead Can Help Your Family

It is never too early to start planning for the future. When it comes to estate planning, planning for the future can save your family a lot of confusion, argument, and ambiguity later on. We offer personalized wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and prenuptial agreements as elements of a comprehensive estate plan specific to your family and your wishes.

Michigan Estate Administration and Probate Law

Our probate attorneys offer experienced help in estate administration, as well as other probate matters, such as guardianships and conservatorships for adults and children.

Musser Love in Ann Arbor, Michigan is ready to discuss your legal issue, please call one of our skilled attorneys at (734) 677-0776 or contact Musser Love online or via e-mail.

Estate Administration

Prenuptial Agreement

Some couples choose to include prenuptial agreements in their estate plans to protect their assets and avoid expensive divorce litigation. To help you meet your financial goals, you need the assistance of a financially savvy lawyer. You can find soph… Read More


Drafting a Last Will and Testament can help ensure that your property passes to your family and loved ones as you desire and allows you to name a personal representative. This can save your family a lot of stress, confusion and contention in the futu… Read More


A trust is an excellent means for transferring your assets after your death. If you only have a will and no trust, after your will is probated, your heirs will receive assets all at once. But a trust can provide for the distribution over time. Trusts… Read More

Power of Attorney

Planning for the future includes more than just financial planning. It is also important to provide for health care. The laws surrounding powers of attorney and living wills can be quite confusing. Working with a knowledgeable lawyer is the best way… Read More

Guardianships & Conservatorships

Guardians and conservators are appointed by the Michigan probate court for persons who lack the physical and/or mental capacity to care for themselves and are found to be incapable of caring for themselves or their property. Guardians and conservator… Read More


Guardianships Over Minors A guardian of a minor (child or teenager) has power only over the person or a ward. The Michigan Estates and Protected Individuals Code (EPIC) enunciates specific responsibilities and duties for a guardian of a minor, both f… Read More


A conservator has broad power to handle all assets and income held on behalf of the protected individual and to make payments from the assets for the health, benefit, and welfare of the protected individual. These include all the powers of a trustee,… Read More