HD Attorneys PLLC
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With more than 15 years of experience, we are ready to help you get the most out of business and make life a little easier.
Business and Probate, Southfield, Michigan
At HD Attorneys PLLC, we provide the following legal services.
Business law encompasses the laws and regulations that govern the formation, operation, and dissolution of business entities. It covers a broad range of legal topics, including contracts, labor and employment, environmental, social and governance (ESG), compliance, intellectual property, securities law, and finance. It applies to all types of business entities, including corporations, limited liability entities, and partnerships. It is important for business owners to work with experienced attorneys who specialize in business law to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations and to protect their legal interests.
Bankruptcy law is the body of law that governs the legal process by which individuals or businesses may seek relief from their debts. It provides a legal mechanism for debtors to reorganize their finances and obtain relief from their debts, or to have their debts discharged altogether. Bankruptcy law is intended to provide a fresh start for individuals or businesses that are unable to meet their financial obligations, while also protecting the rights of creditors. There are different types of bankruptcy proceedings available, including Chapter 7 liquidation, Chapter 11 reorganization, and Chapter 13 debt adjustment. The bankruptcy process is complex and can involve negotiations with creditors, asset sales, and court proceedings. It is important for debtors to work with experienced attorneys who specialize in bankruptcy law to navigate the process and ensure that their legal rights are protected.
Probate is the area of law that governs the legal process by which a deceased person's assets are distributed to their heirs and beneficiaries according to a will or trust. It can also involve determining how assets will be distributed if a decedent did not have a will. Administering a deceased person's estate, can include paying debts and taxes, and distributing assets. It can be time-consuming and expensive, and it is important for the personal representative of the estate to work with experienced attorneys who specialize in probate law to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and court rules. In some cases, probate can be avoided through estate planning strategies such as trusts and beneficiary designations.
Estate planning is the process of arranging for the management and distribution of a person's assets and liabilities after their death. This includes creating a will or trust to specify how assets should be distributed, naming beneficiaries for retirement accounts and life insurance policies, and appointing a power of attorney to make financial and healthcare decisions in the event of incapacity. Estate planning can also involve tax planning strategies to minimize estate taxes and ensure that assets are passed on to beneficiaries efficiently. It is important to work with experienced attorneys and financial advisors who specialize in estate planning to ensure that your wishes are carried out and your assets are protected.
Trust administration is the process of managing and distributing assets held in a trust after the death of the trust creator. The trustee is responsible for carrying out the terms of the trust, which may involve making distributions to beneficiaries, managing assets, and fulfilling other requirements specified in the trust agreement. The trustee has a fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of the beneficiaries and to manage the trust prudently. Trust administration can be complex and involve legal and financial issues, and it is important for the trustee to work with experienced attorneys and financial advisors to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations and to protect the interests of the beneficiaries.
Litigation is the process of resolving disputes between parties through the court system. It involves filing a lawsuit and going through various stages, including pleadings, discovery, motions, and ultimately, trial. Alternative dispute resolution methods, such as mediation or arbitration, may also be utilized to avoid the expense and uncertainty of litigation. Litigation can arise in many areas of law, such as commercial disputes, employment matters, personal injury claims, and family law disputes. Litigation can be complex and involve a significant amount of time, resources, and expenses. It is important to work with experienced attorneys who specialize in litigation to develop a strong legal strategy, navigate the court system, and achieve a favorable outcome for their clients.
Nonprofit law governs the formation, operation, and dissolution of nonprofit organizations. These laws are intended to ensure that nonprofit organizations operate in the public interest, are accountable to their donors, and are transparent in their activities. Nonprofit law covers a wide range of legal issues, including tax-exempt status, fundraising, governance, conflicts of interest, and compliance with state and federal laws. It is important for nonprofit organizations to work with experienced attorneys who specialize in nonprofit law to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.
Business and Probate Lawyer
About HD Attorneys PLLC
HD Attorneys PLLC was founded in 2008 to bring clients affordable legal services, who are intimidated by big law, and the time-consuming process of finding a lawyer to trust. We are a law firm that is accessible, approachable, and easy to trust. HD Attorneys PLLC has been helping clients in Southeast Michigan with business and personal services for 15 years.
Business and Probate Legal Team
Meet the team
We are proud to be an award-winning, centrally located, and service-driven office of experienced professionals. Our attorneys and staff are committed to clients, their matters, and resolving issues in an often crowded and complicated legal environment.
Clint has 15 years of experience representing individuals and businesses in Southeast Michigan. Licensed in Michigan and Washington, Clint is uniquely positioned to provide cross-border services to clients in the Midwest and on the west coast. Clint is a graduate of the University of Washington, Seattle, and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, and is a two-time State Bar of Michigan major award nominee. He serves the community on various boards, and through pro-bono legal programs.
Erin has broad experience as a paraprofessional. She works with personal and business clients across multiple practice areas. Erin is driven to help our clients by preparing cases and conducting research, while maintaining client relationships and projecting subject matter expertise. Erin is a graduate of California State University, Long Beach, and holds a professional paralegal certificate from Oakland Community College, cumma sum laude.
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26211 Central Park Blvd Ste 514
Southfield, MI 48076-4161
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