Kemp Klein

  • Spotlight

    Amanda has joined Kemp Klein as a shareholder and will be actively involved in the estate planning, real estate, probate and trust administration, business planning, and tax planning practice groups.

  • PERSPECTIVES

    Insights from Kemp Klein CEO Brian H. Rolfe

    Clients often ask about our firm’s perspective on technology and its role in our operations. I firmly believe that technology plays a crucial role in optimizing performance.

  • TRUSTS & ESTATES

    Charitable organizations are exempt from income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) §501(c)(3) if they are both organized and operated exclusively for one or more of the public purposes specified in that code section.

  • Community Involvement

    For the fifth straight year, the attorneys and staff of Kemp Klein collaborated and crafted hand-tied fleece blankets for Common Ground’s clients. Common Ground distributes these blankets as comfort items for children, victims of trauma, homeless, and other families and individuals in need of assistance. 

  • Awards

    Kemp Klein has been recognized in the 2024 edition of Best Law Firms®, ranked by Best Lawyers®, regionally in 14 practice areas.

    Receiving a tier designation represents an elite status, integrity and reputation that law firms earn among other leading firms and lawyers.

  • Insights

    Alan A. May summarizes the latest cases in Probate. 

    Appellee in the lower Court alleged Appellant, his co-fiduciary, defrauded him and he sued. Appellant did not answer after multiple notices. Later, Appellant moved to set aside a default judgment entered against him.

  • Community Involvement

    On August 28, 2023, The Kemp Klein Foundation hosted its 2nd Annual Charity Golf Outing at Boulder Pointe Golf Club in Oxford, Michigan to benefit SAY Detroit. 

Neal Nusholtz's
Tax Guidance

The critical factor in selecting the best deal wasn’t the amount of the annual premium. It was the “vanish.” The vanish is a projected number of years after which the policy has enough funding to sustain itself without further premiums being paid.

Alan A. May's
Probate Law Case
Summaries

Appellee in the lower Court alleged Appellant, his co-fiduciary, defrauded him and he sued. Appellant did not answer after multiple notices. Later, Appellant moved to set aside a default judgment entered against him.

Buttiglieri and Zawideh Successful in $4.2 Million Settlement Over Will Dispute

Kemp Klein Attorneys Joseph P. Buttiglieri and Robert S. Zawideh successfully represented the the plaintiffs in a case in which they were disinherited. After hotly contested litigation, all the parties agreed to a 60/40 split of the estate, with the 40% group (who weren’t in the final will).

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