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Andrew W. Mayoras

Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, P.C.

Andrew W. Mayoras

Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, P.C.

Andrew W. Mayoras

Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, P.C.

Andrew W. Mayoras is a principal partner at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras. His area of concentration is probate litigation, as well as trust and estate disputes, for a range of families embroiled in fights, from those with modest wealth to heirs of multimillion dollar estates and trusts, including celebrities. His tenacious litigation style is well known and has served his clients well in cases involving wills, trusts, estates, elder abuse, guardianships, conservatorships, asset disputes, fiduciary disputes and many other elder law conflicts that land in court. He also practices general civil and commercial litigation, as well as real estate and business formation and planning.

He and his wife wrote the best-selling book, Trial & Heirs: Famous Fortune Fights!, and created and hosted the National TV Special, Trial & Heirs: Protect Your Family Fortune!. He is also a regular contributor to Forbes.

Andrew is a respected media resource who lends his expertise and analysis to hundreds of media sources, including The Associated Press, Forbes, Vanity Fair, Los Angeles Times, The Associated Press, Crain's, Kiplinger and The Washington Post, among many others. He has appeared on Access Hollywood, the Rachael Ray Show, Entertainmetn Tonight, The Insider, Forbes, The Hallmark Channel, PBS, ABC’s Live Well Network and Fox and NBC affiliates.  He is also a recurring expert on the Celebrity Legacies television series on Reelz.

In addition to navigating the maze of courtroom clashes, Andrew is a dynamic keynote speaker delighting audiences nationwide with highly entertaining and informative presentations.

Firm Description

Why Choose Us?

Skilled Estate Planning, Elder Law & Probate Attorneys Serving Southeast Michigan

Why should you choose the Oakland County elder law and litigation attorneys of Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras? Here are just some of the reasons:

Experience

BRMM has a long-standing commitment to the interests of the elderly and a broad-ranging civil litigation practice. For over 50 years, our law firm has excelled in the areas of Elder Law, Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Litigation, Probate, Business Law and Real Estate Law. We insist on helping our clients know and understand their legal rights and are proud to have helped thousands of people achieve successful outcomes.

Credentials

Our attorneys are highly credentialed and each brings a blend of experience, skill, and expertise to every legal scenario. We are highly respected and have been recognized both as a group and individually for our contributions across the region. Our individual profilesprovide full details about our accomplishments. You’ll see our experience ranges from lectures, articles, blogs, and books to professional and community affiliations that have included:

     Shareholder of law firm recognized as Best Law Firms by U.S. News and World Report

     Recognized by National Association of Distinguished Counsel – Nation’s Top One Percent, 2016 - 2019

     Recognized by New York Times – Top Attorneys in Michigan

     Rated by Super Lawyers – State of Michigan (2009 - 2019)

     Named Five Star Wealth Manager – Estate Planning by Hour Detroit and dbusiness (2009-2019)

     Former Chair of the Elderlaw and Disability Rights Section of the State Bar of Michigan

     Former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Alzheimer’s Association – Greater Michigan Chapter (having served 6 years)

      Accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans

 

 

Clarity

Understanding the complicated terminology of the law is our responsibility, but unlike other firms, we also think it’s crucial to break down the legalese and explain things so our clients understand it, too. We talk openly with our clients and avoid the legal-speak that can be confusing and confounding.

Compassion

Our lawyers know that settling people’s affairs is only part of our job. We also want you and your loved ones to feel comfortable with the process. Throughout every legal matter, we insist on maintaining a close, personal relationship. We don’t just take on your case. We protect and care for your family as if it’s our own.

Expertise

The range of services we provide is expansive, but we ensure that we have unparalleled expertise in every practice area. We are particularly proud of our dedication and proficiency in the area of Elder Law. We were working in that area well before the term “elder law” was even coined, and we have a well-established division that is dedicated to the practice. The Center for Elder Law covers every legal issue affecting the lives of seniors and/or their families.

Specialized Interests

The lawyers at BRMM have very specialized interests and legal areas they are passionate about. Here are some of the specialties we live and breathe – inside the office and outside:

  • Alzheimer’s disease and its effects on families
  • Disability rights
  • Elder abuse prevention
  • Medicaid planning
  • Special needs planning
  • Contested probate proceedings
  • Community education

Learn more, or schedule a free consultation, at www. brmmlaw.com

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