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Posted by Thomas, a Elder Law client,
Mr. Mayoras was an amazing help to me recently. I was faced with legal and personal issues dealing with a parent recently diagnosed with Alzheimer's. He worked with both me and my parent ( who had developed the disease) as to what options were available to keep her safe and protected. Mr. Mayoras laid out several options and gave me his candid opinions on which options had the best chance of success. He was candid in his opinions, showed great respect and concern to not only me, but also my parent as well. Having never expected to face a situation like this in my life, Mr. Mayoras took great care in answering all of my questions to ensure my full understanding of the situation, process and associated costs. He was readily available whenever I needed to contact him.
Elder Law and Alzheimers are ever growing issues in the United States. It is crushing to have to slowly lose a loved one this mind ravaging illness. I highly recommend Mr. Mayoras as a trust worthy attorney who is very current on all the issues involving Elder Law.
By writing this review, it is my way of thanking him for helping me through a difficult period and opening my eyes to how best to deal with an elderly parent when legal issues present themselves.
Posted by Anne, a Probate client,
I would not hesitate to recommend Andy after he handled my claim for breach of fiduciary duty. He carefully listened to all my concerns, kept me informed and got me a great result without having to go to trial.
Posted by a Probate client,
I first located Andrew Mayoras through some internet research for a Michigan Probate Litigator as I live out of state. After relating some facts regarding my situation Mr. Mayoras requested an hour to research a few rulings. His explanations and evaluations were substantial enough for me to retain him and continue my quest for a court ruling. My confidence in the firms experience and guidance grew from that point on. My communications with the firm were through emails and phone calls. This communication enabled me to discuss issues with my attorneys. It also kept me informed as they successfully lead the way through the court maize of discovery,petitions, interrogatories, court orders, depositions, motions, rulings and mediation. I made only one long trip to Michigan. The court eventually ruled in my favor on major items in a Motion for Summary Disposition. This rare ruling is what truly opened the door to Mediation and saved the courts and me considerable time and money. Due to the knowledge and expertise of Andrew Mayoras and Kari Low this endeavor has had a storybook ending which was both a surprise and a blessing.