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Michigun Gun Trust Attorney Melissa Pearce

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Michigan Gun Law Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning

    Whether you are looking for an estate planning solution to protect your firearms or looking to preserve your legacy for your entire family, Attorney Melissa Pearce is here to help.

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    Firearm Rights Restoration

    If you are looking to get your rights and access to firearms restored, the process can be complex to go through on your own. Michigan Gun Law can guide you through this process and help you get back the rights that were taken away from you.

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    Self-Defense

    Protecting yourself against the threat of another is your right, but it is not always a simple case when it comes to the law. You need an experienced attorney on your side to ensure your right is protected.

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Have the Experienced Firearms Team Take Care of You

Here at Michigan Gun Law we value your Second Amendment rights and your right to carry. That is what we are here to protect. Whether you feel your rights are threatened, you want your previously revoked rights restored, or you are looking to have your legacy and firearms protected in a trust, we are here to help.

Our attorneys are trained by the best in the field, such as Massad Ayood and C. Dennis Brislawn, Jr., on current case law, self defense tactics, trial tactics, and drafting gun trusts. This ensures the quality of your  representation from Michigan Gun Law.

Our Experience

Here in Michigan, our founding attorney, Melissa Pearce, has been a key speaker in many training seminars in teaching fellow attorneys about firearms law and gun trusts. She is deeply knowledgeable in Michigan gun laws and you want her on your side defending your right to carry. When it comes to your constitutional rights, you deserve experienced, trusted representation.

If you are experiencing a threat to your legacy or your right to carry, call Michigan Gun Law today. You need Melissa Pearce representing you in your fight for the right to bear arms.

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Since 2009

Michigan Gun Law has been helping protect and preserve the rights of gun owners for over 10 years.

Trained by Experts

Our team has been trained by highly respected experts, including Massad Ayoob and C. Dennis Brislawn, Jr.

A Team Approach

Michigan Gun Law takes a team approach because we know nothing is stronger than a unified team.

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Everyone needs an estate plan. It does not matter if you have minimal assets, no children, pets, or millions of dollars in assets. Everyone needs to have a detailed plan for their future that others can refer to when the individual can no longer plan. Estate planning is just not about what should happen when you die, but what should happen when you are not able to speak for yourself.
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Your Questions, Answered

What is a conservatorship?

In simple terms, a conservatorship is when the probate court in the county where the person to be assisted resides appoints another individual to manage the financial affairs. The appointed person is referred to as a conservator. The person who needs the assistance is referred to as either a ward, a protected person, or a legally incapacitated individual. A conservator is different than a guardian. A conservator will manage the finances and assets of the ward, while the guardian assists with the decisions involving medical care, daily care, and where the ward will live. Read more on our blog.
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Red Flag Laws: Are They Effective?

Following the Parkland school shooting, President Trump established the Federal Commission on School Safety. The President tasked the Commission to report on policy recommendations to prevent future school violence. That Commission compromised of U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen, U.S. Department of Human and Health Services Secretary Alex M. Azar, II, and U.S. Department of Justice, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitacker. In their cover letter to the President, the Commission stated, “There is no universal school safety plan that will work for every school across the country. Such a prescriptive approach by the federal government would be inappropriate, imprudent, and ineffective.” In the Commission’s report to the President, they discussed red flag laws.
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Who Needs an Estate Plan?

Everyone needs an estate plan. It does not matter if you have minimal assets, no children, pets, or millions of dollars in assets. Everyone needs to have a detailed plan for their future that others can refer to when the individual can no longer plan. Estate planning is just not about what should happen when you die, but what should happen when you are not able to speak for yourself.
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