Legacy Legal & Business Services PLC | Allegan County Advocacy
Practice With A Purpose ⦁ A Dedicated Michigan Law & Business
Margaret L. Webb founded Legacy Legal & Business Services PLC to provide results-oriented, client-focused, and cost-effective legal solutions for individuals, families, and small businesses. Our goal is to build relationships with our clients and provide services that assist with every stage of life.
Communication is one of our top priorities. Clients are copied on all communications regarding their case and calls will always be returned within 24 hours. We will take the necessary time to help you understand the legal aspects of your case so you can reach your estate, family, and business goals.
We are committed to providing unsurpassable, efficient service, with a compassionate and personal touch. Working hard to positively resolve your legal matters, we will never lose sight of your rights and your interests.
We represent clients from Allegan and Kent County and surrounding areas. Let us help you reach your goals. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.
We advocate on your behalf providing comprehensive representation in the following areas:
✔ Estate Planning & Probate
✔ Family Law
✔ Business Consulting
✔ Business Start-ups
✔ Change Management
✔ Criminal Law
*WE ARE A DEBT RELIEF AGENCY. WE HELP PEOPLE FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY RELIEF UNDER THE BANKRUPTCY CODE.
We are just as comfortable at the negotiating table as we are in the courtroom. If going to court becomes your best option, we fiercely champion your rights and interests. We never back down from a fight and have jury trial, bench trial, evidentiary hearing, custody hearing, and sentencing experience.
SUCCESSFULLY SERVING CLIENTS IN WEST MICHIGAN
Legacy Legal & Business Services is a dedicated Michigan law and business firm assisting individuals, families, and small businesses with varied legal issues in Dorr and the surrounding counties of Allegan, Kent, Ottawa, and Barry in Michigan.
PROTECTING YOUR RIGHTS AND INTERESTS IN DORR
To discuss how Margaret L. Webb and Legacy Legal & Business Services PLC can help you with your important legal matters, call us at (616) 681-4042 or contact us online to schedule a free 1/2 hour meeting.
Client-Focused Solutions for Estate Planning and Family Law
Estate Planning & Family Law Firm
Estate planning and family law go hand in hand. Our estate planning services can help you plan for emergencies, as well as with your end-of-life and after-death estate affairs. Attorney Margaret L. Webb is a talented trusts, wills and probate law attorney that can assist you and your family with every step of the estate planning process:
- Asset Protection
- Power of Attorney
- Trust Administration
- Bankruptcy & Debt Settlement
Our family law services can assist you through the challenging stages of life:
- Wills and Trusts
- Succession Plans
- Child Support & Custody
We give each case the personal attention it needs to help you achieve a favorable outcome for life’s challenges.
Business Consultancy Services
In addition to having a passion for estate planning and family law, Attorney Margaret L. Webb is a skilled business lawyer. After graduating law school, becoming licensed to practice law, and running her own law firm, she realized there was a need for small businesses to have equal access to business knowledge, so she went back to school, and earned her Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Attorney Webb now applies that business savvy to her legal practice, providing business consultancy services in Allegan and Kent Counties. We assist clients with various needs to help your business thrive:
- Business Planning
- Contract Dispute Resolution
- Change Management
- Bankruptcy -Litigation
Estate Planning Services Checklist
Without the proper plan in place, your estate will be settled according to state laws. For most people, this is not ideal.
We’ve compiled a checklist to help you determine if estate planning is right for you. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, it’s time to schedule a consultation with a local estate planning lawyer.
-Are you married?
It is important to document if you wish your spouse to receive all your assets upon your death. If there are other heirs you wish to benefit from your estate, that must be documented as well.
-Do you have minor children?
If you have minor children, you should assign a guardian and provide instruction for their care, in the event, both parents become incapacitated or die. Naming a Conservator is also an important element as it names the person who will manage the minor children’s money after your death.
-Do you have a child with special needs?
If you have a child with a special need, they may depend on you beyond their minor years. Estate planning tools can provide for their care, while you’re here and when you're gone.
-Do you own assets?
Beneficiaries can be assigned for certain assets at the time of establishing them, such as retirement accounts and life insurance. Other assets, such as real estate and personal possessions, must be planned for if you wish to have control over their distribution.
-Do you own a business?
If you own even part of a business, without a plan in place, your interest in that organization will pass to your heirs. A qualified estate planning lawyer, with experience in business law, can help you smoothly transfer the fruits of your labor to the person best equipped to take on that responsibility.
-Do you have children from a previous relationship?
In Michigan, the surviving spouse will get the first $100-150,000 of your assets, depending on if you share children with this spouse, and the remainder of your estate will be divided amongst your spouse and children.
-Do you have opinions about your medical care?
Should you become incapacitated (such as with dementia, a coma, or while under anesthesia), leave instructions for your loved ones regarding your medical care or finances.
If you answered yes to any of the above, but have no estate plan in place, it’s time to schedule a consultation with the best estate planning firm in your area. If you’re in the Allegan or Kent County, you can contact us at Legal and Business Services PLC.
Principal Attorney, Margaret L. Webb, is an experienced estate planning and family law attorney. Our legal team prides itself on offering affordable estate planning services with a personal touch. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
Legacy Legal & Business Services PLC is dedicated to providing competent and customized client-centered legal and business services by offering our clients unparalleled legal services in a professional and courteous manner and at a reasonable price.
-At all times uphold the highest standards of professionalism by exercising honesty, integrity, fairness, loyalty, confidentiality, compassion, and courtesy.
-Educate and communicate with our clients at all stages of their case.
-Educate the community through newsletters and presentations on laws and legal concepts that affect people’s everyday lives.
-Stay current on all changes to the pertinent areas of law in which we practice which include, but are not limited to: statutory changes, case law, court rules, and ordinances. Legacy Legal & Business Service PLC will do this through continuing legal education seminars, legal publications, and purchasing legal resources.
It is our promise to treat every one of our clients with the respect and courtesy they deserve every time they call, visit, or communicate with our office.