Estate Planning

Lasting Protection

Knowing that you are protected frees up your mental space so you can do bigger and better things. 

From choosing a person to make medical decisions after the unthinkable happens, to ensuring your children are protected by caretakers you trust, begin your estate plan today. Contact Mateskon Law.


An Estate Plan that Fits Your Family

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Everyone is different and has different needs. 

This is why it’s important to have a customized estate plan that fits your family needs. 

An estate plan benefits your loved ones by giving them a step-by-step guide to help them manage your estate in the event you pass away or become incapacitated.

In the past, estate planning might have been something that made people think: big money – big assets and big costs. 

Today, every single person should have an estate plan that is affordable and protects assets in any tax bracket.

An estate plan can protect beneficiaries, ensure caretaking of children, reduce inheritance taxes, avoid probate court, and so much more.

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An Estate Plan that Fits Your Family
  • POA
  • Pet Trusts
  • HIPAA waiver
  • Patient advocacy
  • Guardianship Designations
  • Beneficiary Designations
  • Final Disposition Instructions

What is the Process?

Eliminate your estate planning doubts, stop worrying about the future, and reclaim control.

Free 15-Minute Consultation
Free 15-Minute Consultation

Questions that haven’t been answered? 

Unsure if you’re actually ready to begin the estate planning process?

During this call we will answer any last minute questions and guide you through a more in-depth look at what to expect during the process.

First Estate Planning Session
First Estate Planning Session

During this session we will guide you through a series of questions. Your answers to these questions will direct the framework of your estate plan.

Directly following our session, you will receive our Estate Planning Worksheets. These worksheets are critical to the process and required to move forward.

Second Estate Planning Session
Second Estate Planning Session

After your Estate Planning Worksheets have been submitted, Mateskon Law will draft your Estate Plan.

Your second estate planning call will review your Estate Plan and answer any of your remaining questions.

Sign Estate Plan
Sign Estate Plan

Success! Time to gather 2 witnesses and head over to a notary to sign your Estate Plan.

After signing, Mateskon Law takes the signed copy of your Estate Plan and scans it. 

Then, it is returned to you along with an electronic version on a flash drive.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequent review and revision of your estate plan is important. Although some people update their estate plan more often, we recommend reviewing it at least once every 3 to 5 years, or after a major life event occurs (e.g. marriage, divorce, birth, death, etc.).

Typically, individuals should start their estate planning when they legally become an adult. For most in the United States, this will be when they are 18 years of age.

Estate planning is important because it protects an individual, their estate, children, and family.

Estate Planning Resources

Guardianship Designation In Michigan: Nurturing And Protecting Loved Ones

Guardianship Designation In Michigan: Nurturing And Protecting Loved Ones


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Comprehensive Estate Planning In Michigan: Protecting Your Legacy And Loved Ones

Comprehensive Estate Planning In Michigan: Protecting Your Legacy And Loved Ones

Estate Planning

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What Is Mediation


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How Safe is Your Estate From Going Through Probate Court?

How Safe Is Your Estate From Going Through Probate Court?

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Warning Signs That Your Parents Do Not Have an Estate Plan, Will, or Trust

Warning Signs That Your Parents Do Not Have An Estate Plan, Will, Or Trust

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