Law Offices of Michael E. Thomas & Associates | Flint, MI

Law Offices of Michael E. Thomas & Associates | Flint, MI

Where Your Peace of Mind is Our Priority

Any legal situation can be stressful, and we want to guide you through the process. Attorney Michael E. Thomas & Associates in Flint, MI, will give personal attention to your legal matter, ensuring your case will be handled thoroughly and efficiently.

The primary focus of our firm centers on Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning and Elder Law Care. This includes legal cases regarding elder abuse, medicaid and pre-medicaid planning, probate, wills, trusts, veteran benefits and distribution of assets. Be assured that you will be treated with the courtesy and respect you deserve.

Please take a moment to browse our website, including information on the attorneys who practice here and the services that we offer. Then call our office for a consultation – we will be happy to help you as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Why Hire Us?

What makes us different from other law firms?

Before we prepare any documents, we spend time getting to know you, your concerns and your goals. During the first 30 minutes or so of an interview, a staff member spends time asking detailed questions about the family, the relationships with children, in-laws, grandchildren, or others. We ask about how the various family members handle money. We ask about the strength of the marriages. We ask about drug problems, disabilities, and sibling rivalries. These are issues that must be addressed if we are going to really help our clients. We must know about the family before we can address assets.

Attorney Michael Thomas offers free seminars which are a great way to educate yourself on current and changing laws in the areas of medicaid planning and estate planning. Schedule one today for your organization or group.

Did You Know?

  • That 80% of inheritances are spent within 18 months of receipt?
  • That the U.S. population of people over age 65 is expected to double in size in 25 years
  • In 2000 18.2% of those over 85 were living in a nursing home?
  • The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 drastically changed the Medicaid rules? Now church tithes and Christmas gifts you made could render you ineligible for Medicaid assistance for years

Contact Attorney Michael E. Thomas today!

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