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Sarah Meinhart and Steve Tramontin presented at the Annual Probate Training event at the Ann Arbor City Club on September 12th. Sarah discussed Decedent’s Estate Administration and Steve presented on Conservatorships and Guardianships for Adults and Minors.
Sarah knows the incapacity or death of a family member or friend may not only bring about legal issues, but also presents potential difficult interpersonal dynamics. As an attorney and counselor, she’s able to navigate these issues as they arise. She is knowledgeable about the law and the rights of parties, which she couples with the ability to delicately approach intricate circumstances. She can properly administer a decedent’s estate through probate with the court or through trust administration, petition for guardianship/conservatorship for an elderly or special needs loved one, and structure estate planning to suit unique circumstances.
“I appreciate the opportunity to share my knowledge of estate planning in a setting where I am also afforded time to listen to individuals share their experience and help guide them through the estate planning process,” says Sarah Meinhart, estate planning attorney.
Sarah is heavily involved in the community. She’s always giving back and willing to lend a helping hand wherever it’s needed. Learn more about Sarah Meinhart, an estate planning attorney in Ann Arbor at Pear, Sperling, Eggan & Daniels, P.C.
Steve is routinely called upon by Washtenaw County family law and probate court judges to represent the best interests of minor children embroiled in complex domestic situations and vulnerable citizens in probate matters, including guardianships, conservatorships and mental health matters. Learn more about Steve Tramontin, a family law and probate attorney in Ann Arbor here.
“"It was an honor to present at the Washtenaw County Probate Training this year and share my experiences as a practitioner in the areas of guardianship and conservatorship. We have an excellent group of probate attorneys in Washtenaw County and the discussion was lively and informative,” says Steve Tramontin.
Other Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C. attorneys were present at this training event including: Elle Soros, Natalie K. Lennon, and Rebecca A. Harvey.
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