5 Years Prosecuting Attorney

Significant trial experience to include capital, other felony, misdemeanor and both juvenile abuse/neglect and delinquency cases.

7 Years Former Judge

Leveraged the power of her judicial seat to make a difference, operating a highly successful sobriety and drug court, as well as founding a regional veteran’s treatment court in Michigan.

Michigan Probate Administration Attorney

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After death, a probate attorney handles the opening and administration of the estate. If the deceased was a planner, it’s likely some form of a will, trust, and/or estate plan was created by a Michigan estate planning attorney- making the process of administration straightforward.

However, in the event no plan was put in place or complications such as a complex estate, family dispute, criminal charges, mental health issues, or wrongful death exist, you’ll need an attorney with experience as prosecutor, defender, and judge. 

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Protect Your Estate, Your Family, and Your Rights

We represent beneficiaries, fiduciaries, and interested parties. And we're here for you every step of the way

Our legal team specializes in providing advice, support, and legal strategies for:

  • Probate Administration & Litigation

  • Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning
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About Jodi Switalski:Top Michigan Probate Attorney

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How I am different? I push toward righteousness and true justice even when everyone insists I will fail. I believe in the power of human kindness and mercy especially when faced or presented with the truth. Include objective support, honest articulation and uncompromising advocacy, and positive outcomes result.

I believe that together, attorney and client, we can make a difference in your case and ultimately your life. 

There’s nothing easy about the passing of a family member, especially when there’s conflict. I am here to help you navigate the legal side of closing this chapter. This can include filing a will; petitioning for the appointment of a personal representative; identifying, inventorying, and valuation of the decedent’s property; issuing payments for debts and taxes; collecting money due to the estate; and administering the distribution of property.