Hubbs Law Group, PLC, a law firm servicing Shelby Township, provides estate planning, probate administration, criminal law and real estate law to families throughout the Metro Detroit area. We work with each of our clients to provide legal services to meet their legal needs and address any relevant legal concerns.
Estate Planning in Shelby Township
Estate planning is an important step in protecting and securing your family’s financial well-being. An estate plan needs to address all of life’s scenarios including incapacity and death. Estate planning attorney, Colleen Hubbs, can assist you in preparing all the necessary documents to address your wishes on how your estate should be handled.
Selecting an estate planning attorney who has your best interests in mind is an important first step in your estate plan. Colleen has helped hundreds of families achieve peace of mind knowing their family’s estate is properly planned and protected.
Probate Administration in Shelby Township
If you need to settle a family member’s will in probate court, Colleen Hubbs can help with the probate administration process. The probate court is used to resolve a family member’s financial affairs including paying any outstanding debts and transferring assets to the appropriate individual. Having a will established helps communicate final wishes, however, a Shelby Township probate administration lawyer will help resolve any legal questions or complications that arise during the probate process.
The probate process can be quite daunting and Colleen can relieve the legal stress during a difficult time with losing a family member. Colleen has helped many Shelby Township families with probate administration.
Criminal Lawyer in Shelby Township
Andy Hubbs, a criminal defense attorney in Shelby Township Michigan, has delivered outstanding results for his clients ranging from minor traffic violations to to major felony offenses. Andy demonstrates a commitment to his clients by providing the very best legal defense and provides the highest level of expertise and professionalism championing his client’s rights.
Real Estate Lawyer in Shelby Township
After law school, Andy developed a strong interest in real estate. His first few years practicing real estate law was with a large real estate law firm and represented mortgage companies and institutional lenders in a various legal matters including evictions, quiet title actions and complex real estate litigation. He has extended his real estate lawyer services to include representing real estate investors, developers and construction firms in zoning and land use matters.
Andy also provides a unique perspective as he is also a licensed real estate broker, rehabber, investor and landlord. He understands the needs of his clients in providing fast, effective and cost-efficient real estate solutions.
We provide legal services to clients in the following cities. If you live in another city, we are also happy to support you.
About Shelby Township, Michigan
Shelby Charter Township, officially the Charter Township of Shelby, is a charter township and census-designated place located in Macomb County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The township, a northern suburb of Detroit, is located roughly 15 miles (24 km) north of the city. The 2010 Census places the population at 73,804. Shelby Charter Township is one of the fastest-growing communities in Metro Detroit.
There are no incorporated villages and four unincorporated communities: Preston Corners is located at the corner of 25 Mile and Schoenherr roads at 42°41′58″N 82°59′45″W. Ira and Deborah Preston bought 400 acres (1.6 km2) of land from the United States government in 1826 and settled on it the following year, later building a sawmill and a picket fence factory. Shelby is located at Shelby and 25 Mile Roads (42°41′51″N 83°04′10″W). Shelby Village is located where Auburn and Ryan roads intersect. Housing was built in this area in the 1940s. Yates is on the boundary with Rochester and Rochester Hills, Oakland County (42°40′25″N 83°05′45″W ; Elevation: 669 ft./204 m.).
The U.S. Census Bureau has also defined Shelby Charter Township as a census-designated place (CDP) in the 2000 Census so that the community would appear on the list of places (like cities and villages) as well on the list of county subdivisions (like other townships).