Local legal experts with the firm of Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, P.C. have written a nationally acclaimed book Trial & Heirs, which is focused on protecting family assets. They focus on common sense advice for families to help them avoid costly and unnecessary problems.
The book has received positive press across the country in celebrity circles, the legal world and among media pundits alike for its engaging approach, easy-to-understand tutorials and essential estate planning tips.
Now the Troy-based attorneys' book is a public television broadcasting special which will air tonight at 8 p.m. on PBS in Michigan (DPTV Channel 56) and internationally via live broadcast on ustream.tv
The dynamic duo, Danielle B. Mayoras, styled the “Queen of Heirs” and Andrew W. Mayoras, dubbed the “King of Trials,” use celebrity stories to motivate individuals and families to discuss the uncomfortable subjects of wills and trusts.
These legacy experts combine combative celebrity cases and famous courtroom clashes advice on how families can avoid their own costly inheritance catastrophes and protect family fortunes.
The authors not only donate their time doing presentations related to issues of Alzheimer’s disease, they also have donated a percentage of book sales to the Alzheimer’s Association at past events.
Don Rosenberg, a partner with the legal firm and Board Chair of the Greater Michigan Chapter Alzheimer’s Association, said, “We are very proud of Danielle and Andrew and know that you will find this program informative, entertaining and you will hear information that has never been disclosed to the public.”
Of special interest in the broadcast will be their in-depth interview with Ray Charles Robinson, Jr. who shares his own fortune fight story surrounding his father’s estate.
This PBS special promises to be one of a kind. You are invited to share in this novel experience.
For more information, visit trialandheirs.com/tv-special or call 1-888-994-3477.