The law firm of Christopher B. Kroll & Associates offers professional services that focus on asset protection, incapacity planning, and legal preparation for the elderly and their families as they confront the concerns of aging, illness, and possible nursing home placement.
Many of our clients are seniors or the adult children of someone facing long term care issues. We also represent people of all ages looking for assistance with estate planning, probate, trust administration, Veterans benefits, and guardianship matters.
Our relationship with you begins with your first phone call. Call us today to find out more about our services.
Attorney Christopher B. Kroll
Mr. Kroll is a 1980 graduate of Albion College. In 1984, he earned his Juris Doctor from the Detroit College of Law. Previously a Bank Trust Officer for Michigan National Bank and Financial Consultant for Solomon Smith Barney.
Mr. Kroll is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, and its sections of Elder Law, Probate and Estate Planning.
Mr. Kroll’s areas of expertise include Nursing Home Planning, Medicaid, Medicare, Estate Planning, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Guardianship, Conservatorship, Wills, Probate, and Veterans Benefits.
I recently had reason to avail Mr. Kroll of his services for the well being of my mother. He was very friendly, accommodating and extremely knowledgeable in the laws of the elderly. Mr Kroll was very easy to understand as he was able to communicate to me in layman language. Continue Reading » View PDF
Charles A. Stefani
I sought your services for estate planning and advice regarding future concerns due to my husband's Alzheimer's condition. I felt very comfortable with the counsel I received, and believe I am in good hands. I appreciate the time you took with my husband and me, and also the time Continue Reading » View PDF
Pamela K. Utz
Upon the first contact with Mr. Christopher B. Kroll's Elder Law Solutions: The office staff have been very responsive and efficient, primarily Ms. Cheryl Hines. Mr. Kroll's presentation of Estate Planning was conducted in a more informal manner that made us feel more comfortable in trying to comprehend the legal Continue Reading » View PDF
Walter L. Wester & Joyce R. Wester