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Satori Law Group, Inc. provides a range of business and estate planning and legal services that complement one another to ultimately offer our clients comprehensive advice. Our practice areas include:

  • Estate planning
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Same-sex trusts
  • Planned giving
  • Medicaid/Medical asset protection
  • Business formation
  • Ongoing business advisory
  • Contract preparation
  • Trust administration
  • Probate

Our firm deploys its diverse knowledge base and professional experiences to assist individuals and business owners in protecting their personal and business assets in all manners including business and corporate law transactions and litigation, including acquisition and sales, financing, leases, real estate, and business disputes, estate planning in all matters relating to both pre and post death issues for wills, trusts, trust administration probate and trust litigation. Satori Law Group also offers counsel regarding green building law and sustainability.

While conflict avoidance is our objective, our attorneys are distinguished in litigation matters focusing on estate planning and probate, business and contract disputes, shareholder and ownership issues as well as real estate disputes.

We protect our clients’ interests by vigorously defending claims against them.

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  • Aretha Franklin Dies Without a Will and Leaves Her Family to Deal With Court and Conflict

    Aretha Franklin, heralded as the “Queen of Soul,” died from pancreatic cancer at age 76 on August 16th at her home in Detroit. Like Prince, who died in 2016, Franklin was one of the greatest musicians of our time. Also like Prince, however, she died without a will or trust to pass on her multimillion-dollar estate.

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