December 08, 2021
Learn About the Michigan Ladybird Deed To Avoid Probate and Avoid Nursing Home/Medicaid Spend-down
The Ladybird Deed in Michigan can help to avoid probate and Medicaid estate recovery. A Ladybird deed is a way to avoid probate and avoid estate recovery in Michigan.
Michigan Certified Elder Law Attorney™, Christopher J. Berry, Esq., explains how a Ladybird deed can avoid probate and Medicaid Estate Recovery.
It is important to understand that Ladybird deeds in Michigan can avoid both probate and Medicaid estate recovery. A Ladybird deed is a way to avoid probate and protect your home against the nursing home, Medicaid spend-down in Michigan.
A Lady Bird Deed transfers ownership of real property (land or homes) from the person who creates the deed to either a Revocable Living Trust or to beneficiaries outright.
The Ladybird Deed must be signed and delivered while the grantor is alive, and then recorded at the county.
The Ladybird deed in Michigan can help you protect your home from the nursing home, Medicaid spend-down in Michigan. If you are interested in learning more about Ladybird deeds or other ways to avoid probate, Castle Wealth Group and Christopher J. Berry, Certified Elder Law Attorney™ can help you create your own Lady Bird Deed to avoid probate and Medicaid spend-down in Michigan.
Castle Wealth Group and Christopher J. Berry, Certified Elder Law Attorney™ are happy to help you protect your home from the nursing home, Medicaid spend-down in Michigan with a Ladybird deed or other planning tools. Please call us today at 844-885-4200 for more information!
Step by Step Instructions to Create a Michigan Ladybird Deed
If you want to create a Ladybird deed in Michigan, first you need to own real estate. A Ladybird deed can be used for a primary residence or any other piece of real estate. So, the first step to creating a Ladybird deed in Michigan is to own real estate or multiple pieces of real estate.
The second step would be to contact an estate planning or elder law attorney that is familiar with Ladybird deeds. At Castle Wealth Group Legal, Christopher J. Berry, Esq., CELA and his team has created over a thousand Ladybird deeds. If you need an expert to help you create a Ladybird, contact our firm to help your family avoid probate and avoid estate recovery in Michigan.