Michigan Probate Attorney

Howard Linden has nearly 50 years of experience in Michigan probate practice and procedure. He is the co-founder of the Wayne County Probate Bar Association, an Oakland County Public Administrator, and also serves as a Magistrate in the 48th District Court in Oakland County, Michigan.

As a state-certified facilitator, Mr. Linden excels at absorbing information as it is presented and getting to the heart of disputes. He analyzes complex family communication issues and then applies his extensive knowledge of the process to each individual situation before him.

Mr. Linden understands the emotional challenges of handling a family member’s estate or guardianship and conservatorship. The process can seem daunting, even overwhelming, to those who are unfamiliar with it. He guides his clients through their options with both competence and compassion.

Howard Linden also regularly mediates and facilitates complex probate matters, allowing parties to settle disputes in a cost-effective manner and less stressful environment. His Michigan probate law firm is dedicated to helping clients navigate the Michigan probate process in a way that is as pleasant and comfortable as possible.

In 2022, Mr. Linden was named to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s Hall of Fame. As described by that organization, “The Hall of Fame program recognizes Michigan’s legal leaders who are over the age of 60 or who have been in practice for 30 years for their successful careers and valuable contributions to the community. These legendary lawyers have made their mark, either in the courtroom or the boardroom, in their law firms or legal departments, with community organizations, and with local, state and national bar associations.”