I grew up in East Grand Rapids, Michigan and graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 2004 and then from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan in 2007. Thereafter, I worked at prestigious law firms in the Detroit area in their estate and tax planning groups before working at a large bank in their charitable advisory group.

I am dedicated to serving Michigan families’ estate planning needs remotely. I am accessible via email, live chat, video chat, and through a secure online Client Account Portal. Your documents will also be accessible through this secure online portal. Clients, particularly busy parents and working professionals, can appreciate not having to leave their own homes or have their working hours disrupted to meet with an attorney.

As a busy mother of two young boys, currently ages 5 and 2, I “get it” – life is busy and it’s hard for parents (or really anyone) to set aside time to asses what happens in the event of death or incapacity. Estate planning is not something anyone looks forward to doing, but it truly is necessary.

Let me help you achieve greater peace of mind in designing a plan that works for you and your family.  The financial and emotional costs to your family if you did not have an estate plan in place after your death can be significant.  Your “net worth” does not determine whether you need an estate plan.

On a lighter note, here is a fun Q & A that I prepared for the Legal News recently!

Please feel free to contact me or e-mail me directly at hayley@hayleyrohnlaw.com.