Royal Oak’s Howard & Howard Trust and Estate Planning Practice Group Names Chair


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Michael Beals

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Howard & Howard Trust and Estate Planning Practice Group in Royal Oak has named Michael Beals chair. Beals has more than 30 years of experience providing legal counsel to privately-owned businesses and high-net-worth entrepreneurs.

“Mike Beals and his team of corporate, tax, and estate planning lawyers and para-professionals have refined and expanded the capabilities and services of our trust and estate-planning practice,” says Mark Davis, president and CEO of Howard & Howard. “Mike has extensive background in corporate and business law, as well as estate planning and asset preservation. He will leverage that multi-faceted expertise in leading this important practice.”

Beals graduated from Michgian State University and Detroit College of Law (now Michigan State University College of Law). He is a former adjunct professor at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School and has been listed as a DBusiness Top Lawyer.

Howard & Howard Trust and Estate Planning Practice Group designs and implements strategies and plans that address estate and business succession, asset protection, wealth transfer, privacy, retirement planning, and charitable donations.

Howard & Howard was founded in 1869 and is a full-service law firm that provides legal services to businesses and business owners.

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