Why Choose US
Our law firm was founded by retired attorney, Wayne Stewart. After decades of successful practice as the Law Offices of Wayne Stewart, PC, Wayne Stewart and Janet Bruss partnered in 2011 to form the Law Offices of Stewart and Bruss, P.C.
Our specialized experience is our greatest asset to our clients. We have assisted thousands of families with their estate planning needs. We have a “tried and true” method of assisting clients in their mission to have their estate plan wishes honored in an efficient and affordable way. We recognize that our clients are hiring us to create an estate plan for them that will give them the peace of mind that their estate plan intent will be honored in the event they are incapacitated or deceased.
The attorneys at Stewart and Bruss, PC have been serving clients in Macomb Count, Oakland County, and Wayne County for over a combinded 80 years. We are dedicated to creating long-lasting relationships with our clients and seeing them through a lifetime of changing estate planning needs.
EFFICIENT, AFFORDABLE, AND COMPASSIONATE
Our attorneys work with a variety of clients, ranging in age, income and needs. We are dedicated to providing personalized, thorough services for each of our clients and their unique goals and situations. Our goal is to help our clients work through the estate planning, administration and litigation process swiftly and affordably. The attorneys at Stewart and Bruss, P.C., are comfortable navigating even the most complex cases. We understand that the issues addressed by our firm can be particularly stressful and confusing to work through, and we are determined to educate and assist our clients so that they can make decisions that will result in the best outcome possible.
We Specialize in Estate Planning, Trusts and Wills
Estate planning can be one of the most important things a person can do for their family.
Planning what will happen to your estate upon your passing will ensure that your final property and health care wishes are honored, and that loved ones are provided for in your absence. Though often overlooked or put off in favor of more immediate concerns, a comprehensive estate plan can resolve a number of legal questions and family disputes that arise whenever anyone dies: What is the state of the decedent’s financial affairs? What real and personal property do they own? Who gets what? Does a personal guardian need to be appointed to care for minor children? How much tax will need to be paid in order to transfer property ownership? What funeral arrangements are appropriate?