Andrew Byers, PLC

Andrew Byers

Andrew Byers' elder law practice focuses on the legal needs of older clients, and works with a variety of legal tools and techniques to meet the goals and objectives of the older client.

Under this holistic approach, we handle general estate planning issues and counsel clients about planning for incapacity with alternative decision making documents. We also assist clients and their families in planning for possible long-term care needs, including nursing home care. Locating the appropriate type of care, coordinating private and public resources to finance the cost of care, and working with other professionals to ensure the client's right to quality care are all part of our elder law practice.

Whether you are planning ahead or are in the middle of a difficult situation, we can advise you on Medicare, Medicaid, asset and income planning for the community spouse, the preservation of assets, and how to get good care.

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Proudly serving Auburn Hills, Rochester Hills, Rochester, Troy, Waterford, Bloomfield Hills, Oakland County, & Macomb County.

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Andrew Byers
Andrew Byers, PLC

Phone: (248) 469-4261

2833 Crooks Road, Suite 104,
Troy, MI 48084

Visit us on the web at: andrewbyers.com

About Andrew Byers

Andrew Byers' law practice is limited exclusively to Elder Law, including crisis Medicaid Planning, Veteran's Benefits Planning, Trust and Estate Planning, and Probate and Trust Administration matters.

Education Background

Andrew Byers was conferred a Bachelor of Arts from Michigan State University in 1992 and a Juris Doctor degree from the Wayne State University Law School in 1996. During law school, he was an assistant editor on the Wayne Law Review, a scholarly journal on Michigan law and other timely legal topics. Andrew was awarded the 1995 Gushee Writing Award for best student work published in the Wayne Law Review and the American Jurisprudence Award for highest grade obtained in Constitutional Law. To supplement his academic experience, during law school, Andrew was also employed as a law clerk with a large law firm and was a judicial intern for the Macomb County Circuit Court.

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