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Welcome to Casterline Law Offices

Casterline Law is a Michigan Law Firm specializing
in estate planning, Medicaid, real estate, and VA benefits planning.

The Casterline Law team specializes in helping seniors and their families with critical legal issues concerning their health care and how to pay for health care, along with estate, tax, veteran benefit, and financial planning. Our law firm is located in St. Clair Shores and services the surrounding Southeast Michigan community.

Senior citizens, veterans, and their families face many challenges and often do not even know where to start. The complexities and lack of experience in this legal area can leave many families confused and overwhelmed. Casterline Law specializes in providing legal services that shed light on and offer solutions to these families’ issues. Our law firm takes a personalized approach when working with clients. You will be treated with respect and given the time you need to digest and understand issues and the proposed legal solutions.

Our experienced Michigan attorneys will deliver competent legal advice that strategizes solutions in the areas of estate planning, powers of attorney, VA benefits, advanced health care directives, Medicaid planning, asset protection, and probate avoidance. Our team utilizes a depth of experience and provides our clients with living trusts, wills, probate avoidance techniques, probate administration, trust administration, asset protection, special needs trusts, Medicaid planning, veterans planning, and representation in real estate transactions.

Casterline Law promises to provide legal solutions for your family, treat you with respect and compassion, put a smile on your face, relieve your stress, and help you and your loved ones have peace of mind.

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Casterline Law Offices

24053 Jefferson Avenue
St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
Phone: (586) 493-0400
Fax: (586) 777-2060

Satellite Office:

Casterline Law Offices – Clinton Township
16950 19 Mile Road
Suite 5A
Clinton Township, MI 48037

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    What Our Clients Say

    Thank you for your helpful and caring ways during a very trying time for our family. Your assistance in mom’s estate planning, qualifying for VA Aid and Attendance, and always being available for questions, is greatly appreciated.

    Gail R.

    I want to thank you for your kind and friendly way at our meeting with my parents. You helped put my parent’s fears to rest. This can be a tough time and you made it much better!

    Larry T.

    I really want to thank you for your help in directing me regarding my aunt’s estate.  What an ordeal! I sincerely appreciated your time, effort and knowledge.

    Lorraine D.

    It is with a grateful heart that I am writing to thank you for all the hours you put into procuring my VA benefits. 

    Doris L.

    Thank you for being there and literally coming along side me to help clear the fog of this complex situation.

    Nancy C.

    The help you gave us with mom’s will and trust is appreciated. We don’t know what we would have done without you.  The work you do is so wonderful. We can’t thank you enough.

    Kristen P.

    Thank you for helping my mother qualify for VA Aid and Attendance.

    Blair C.

    I want to know I would have had a very hard time getting through this without you.  I truly appreciate what you did for my mom and me.

    James R.
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