Rebecca K. Wrock

  • Michigan 2014
  • Florida 2015
  • University of Michigan:  B.S. 2010
  • Wayne State University Law School:  J.D. 2014
  • University of Alabama School of Law: LL.M. 2016
  • Michigan Bar Association – Probate & Estate Planning, Elder Law & Disability Rights and Animal Law Sections
  • The Florida Bar – Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section and Out of State Division
  • Michigan Women’s Tax Association
  • Women’s Law Association of Michigan
  • Animal Legal Defense Fund
  • Board of Directors for Attorneys for Animals
  • Michigan Super Lawyers Rising Star: 2016
  • Wanda A. Nash Award, State Bar of Michigan Animal Law Section: 2014
  • Warrior Pro Bono Award, Wayne State University Law School: 2014
  • Drafting Pet Trusts, Institute of Continuing Legal Education Top Tips in Ten Minutes, 2017
  • Tax Man’s Best Friend: An Overview of Tax Issues Affecting Pet Trusts, State Bar of Michigan Animal Law Section Newsletter, 2016
  • Pets Put Their Trust in Us – Put Them in the Trust: Default Provisions that Protect Pets, State Bar of Michigan Animal Law Section Newsletter, 2016 and State Bar of Michigan Probate & Estate Planning Journal, 2016
  • Pet Related Tax Deductions, State Bar of Michigan Animal Law Section Newsletter, 2016
  • Ignorance is Bliss: Self-Regulation and Ag-Gag Laws in the American Meat Industry, Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social and Restorative Justice, 2016

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(248) 489-8600

REBECCA K. WROCK works primarily in the areas of  trusts and estates and probate and trust administration.  She received a Certificate of Completion in the areas of Probate & Estate Planning through the Institute for Continuing Legal Education and the Probate & Estate Planning Section of the State Bar of Michigan and is accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.  Ms. Wrock has advised clients in the following areas:

  • Estate planning and trust administration
  • Probate avoidance
  • Minimization of tax liability
  • Protecting pets in estate plans
  • Trademark, trade secret and copyright matters
  • Intellectual property rights and value within estates
  • Planned giving programs for non-profit organizations