A. Michelle Lane

East Lansing Office

1019 Trowbridge Rd
East Lansing, MI 48823

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About Michelle

Michelle Lane is a graduate of Ohio Northern University and the University of Toledo College of Law and is admitted to practice in Michigan and Ohio. She is a member of the Probate and Estate Planning Section,  the Elder Law and Disability Rights Section, and the Religious Liberty Law Section of the Michigan State Bar, the Ingham County Bar Association, and the Greater Lansing Estate Planning Council. Michelle is the editor of the Michigan Basic Practice Handbook, Chapter 4 for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE), a speaker for ICLE, and serves on the ICLE Probate & Estate Advisory Board. She has completed ICLE’s Probate and Estate Planning Certification program. Michelle has been a regular presenter for Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) on estate planning matters and a past presenter for NBI on estate and trust administration matters. Michelle is the recipient of the 2020 “Camille S. Abood Distinguished Volunteer Award” awarded by the Ingham County Bar Association. She was recognized among the “Women Lawyer Stars” in 2021 by the WLAM MidMichigan Region and she was named one of the 2021 “Leaders in the Law” by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Michelle is a member of the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court (March 2023).

Michelle focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning and estate and trust administration.

Michelle has also been active in the East Lansing community and public schools. She is a lay counselor at her church and she has volunteered with Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian humanitarian aid organization which provides aid to people in need, and with Shared Pregnancy, a local non-profit organization which provides support services to pregnant women.  She is married to Byron and they have three children and a dog.


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  • Why Joint Accounts Create so Many Problems
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    Few things end up causing more litigation than accounts that are jointly owned. The problems arise when the…

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