How to Make a Michigan Will

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Sourcebooks, Incorporated, 2002 - Law - 139 pages
Do you know who will get your property when you die? How to Make a Michigan Will explains Michigan law regarding wills and joint property and includes ready-to use forms. It will show you how to quickly, easily and inexpensively set up the distribution of your estate.
This book explains in simple language how:
-Michigan laws affect distribution of your property
-Michigan laws protect beneficiaries
-To prepare your own will
-To decide who will care for your minor children
-To protect your children and their property
-To make specific bequests
-To donate organs for research or transplantation
-To change your will under Michigan law
-To provide for your spouse
-Joint ownership affects a will
-To exempt some property from the control of your will
-To avoid probate with a simple bank account
-To keep your will secret until your death
-To forbid the use of artificial life-support systems if you become terminally ill

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About the author (2002)

Edward A. Haman earned his Bachelor's Degree from Western Michigan University and his law degree from the University of Toledo. Haman has served as a Michigan Circuit Court domestic relations hearing officer and has practiced law in Florida, Michigan, and Hawaii. Drawing on his knowledge of the law, Haman has authored close to two dozen self-help law books, including How to Write Your Own Living Will, How to File Your Own Divorce, and The Power of Attorney Handbook. In his book The Complete Guide to Filing Your Own Bankruptcy, Haman simplifies and thoroughly explains everything you need to know to prepare for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

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