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About Sarah Meinhart

Ms. Meinhart currently serves as the Washtenaw County Public Administrator and Co-Chair of the 2016-2018 Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Law Section for the Washtenaw County Bar Association, as well as being a member of the State Bar of Michigan.  Her practice is focused on Probate & Estate Administration, and Estate Planning.  Ms. Meinhart serves her county as a Guardian Ad Litem, and has been appointed as an independent Trustee and Personal Representative by the Washtenaw County Probate Court.

 

Ms. Meinhart knows that a death of a family member or friend may not only bring about legal issues, but also presents potential interpersonal dynamics.  As an attorney and counselor, she is able to navigate issues as they arise.  She is knowledgeable about the law and the rights of each member touched by the decedent’s life, and can address the “what and how” of intricate circumstances.  She is able to properly administer a decedent’s estate, through Probate with the Court or through Trust administration.

 

Ms. Meinhart is dedicated to assisting her clients as they face the challenges of making difficult decisions in estate planning and caring for their elderly relatives and friends.  She is able to create a personalized estate plan for her clients, while addressing unique and delicate situations.

 

Ms. Meinhart is a graduate of Albion College and Ave Maria School of Law.  She practices in Washtenaw, Livingston, Jackson, Monroe, and Lenawee Counties.

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