Do You Have Real Estate Tied Up In Probate?
Residential and vacation properties are often among the personal assets that get caught up in probate court for the administration of a decedent's estate. Often, a couple will purchase a piece of vacation property or a second home, but never bother to update their will or place it into their trust. Upon death, the value of the property may come into question, or adult children begin to dispute property ownership and management of the asset.
Galloway and Collens, PLLC, is in a unique position to represent individuals and families who have real estate property tied up in probate in Michigan. Attorney Howard H. Collens is a leading probate and estate administration lawyer in the Metropolitan Detroit region. Real estate lawyer T. Scott Galloway offers extensive experience in all areas relating to Michigan real estate valuation for tax purposes, property transfer tax issues including strategies to avoid the uncapping of taxable values. We can help you with all of your real estate probate and real estate transaction needs.
Contact our offices in Huntington Woods to discuss your family's circumstances regarding real estate and probate administration needs. We work with clients from all over the United States who have an interest in property holdings and real estate transactions in Michigan.
Ways We Can Help With Your Real Estate Transactions Tied Up in Probate
Many estates cannot be closed until real estate is sold or otherwise disposed of. If there are title problems or if the property is worth less than the outstanding mortgage against it, you may need the assistance of an attorney. Galloway and Collens, PLLC, has helped individuals in these types of situations for years.
Contact us to discuss your real estate transaction, litigation and probate needs right away.