« Back to Author Index

Mark Accettura

author Image Mark Accettura is an elder law attorney at Accettura & Hurwitz, Farmington Hills, Michigan, and author of "Blood & Money: Why Families Fight Over Inheritance and What to Do About It" (Collinwood Press, 2012).


Articles by this Author

Areas of Expertise: elder law, estate planning, Medicaid planning, trust administration, Veterans Affairs Aid and Attendance

Website: www.elderlawmi.com

Books:Blood & Money: Why Families Fight Over Inheritance and What to Do About It,” “The Michigan Estate Planning Guide,” “Lost & Found: Finding Self-Reliance After the Loss of a Spouse” with Stephen J. Case and “Medicaid and Long Term Care in Michigan” with Samuel A. Hurwitz

Email: maccettura@elderlawmi.com

Biography:
P. Mark Accettura, Esq., specializes in the areas of elder law, estate planning, estate and trust administration, Medicaid planning, Aid and Attendance veterans planning and family inheritance dispute resolution.

Accettura is a frequent lecturer on elder law topics and is the author of four books: “The Michigan Estate Planning Guide, 2nd Edition” (Collinwood Press, 2002), “Lost and Found: Finding Self-Reliance After the Loss of a Spouse” (Collinwood Press, 2001), “Medicaid and Long Term Care in Michigan: Getting Good Care Without Going Broke” (Collinwood Press, 2005) and “Blood & Money: Why Families Fight Over Inheritance and What to Do About It” (Collinwood Press, 2011).

Articles by this Author


  1. Financial Planning »

    18 Recommendations for Minimizing Inheritance Conflict

    Your estate plan can both leave a lasting legacy of love and prevent disputes, if a combination of psychology, good lawyering and common sense are used.

    April 2012 | Journal