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Mallory A. Kallabat

Senior Attorney
Office

Birmingham

151 S. Old Woodward
Suite 200
Birmingham, MI 48009
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Fax: +12489882307
Education
J.D., Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, Michigan, 2014
B.A., Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, 2010
State Bar Licenses
Michigan

Mallory A. Kallabat

Senior Attorney

Mallory A. Kallabat provides personal legal services to individual and corporate clients in the areas of estate planning, tax and succession planning, as well as probate and trust administration. 

Mallory works with individuals, families, and business owners in connection with wealth preservation and transfers, charitable giving, and business succession planning.     

She guides individuals and families through the complexities of incapacity and estate planning, ensuring each client has a plan for the present and future management of personal and financial affairs. She also helps fiduciaries and beneficiaries navigate through the sometimes-overwhelming trust and estate administration processes. 

While her goal is to avoid the need for probate administration, Mallory understands that sometimes probate court proceedings are inevitable. Clients often seek Mallory’s guidance to obtain guardianship or conservatorship of incapacitated family members. She also represents beneficiaries, fiduciaries, and family members in probate disputes such as will and trust contests, including those involving lack of testamentary capacity and undue influence, and breach of fiduciary duty claims. In doing so, Mallory’s primary goal is to reach a favorable resolution for her clients while counseling them through the emotional process of probate litigation.  

In addition to estate planning and probate matters, Mallory also assists entities and individuals with their business planning needs. Developing a tax or succession plan is within the matters on which she can assist. 

Additionally, Mallory often collaborates with corporate and individual clients to apply for and obtain marijuana facility licenses with the various municipalities as well as the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency. 

Newsletter Alerts
Estate Planning Considerations for 2021How to Break Through a "No-Contest Clause" in a Will or Trust in MichiganFor Me? You Shouldn't Have! - Legal Considerations for GiftingShe Did What With the Family Farm? - Top Ways to Challenge a Deed in MichiganA Guide To: Challenging a Financial Durable Power of Attorney in MichiganA Guide for Challenging a Joint Account Arrangement in MichiganA Guide To: How to Challenge a Trust in MichiganA Guide To: How to Challenge a Will in Michigan2017 Creditor Protection Update: Protecting Your Assets with a "DAPT"
Articles
“Preparing for Incapacity Through Estate Planning," Laches, Oakland County Bar Association, 2020"For Me? You Shouldn't Have! Legal Considerations for Gifting" by Thomas Fabbri, Mallory Kallabat, Jonathan Martone, Nicholas Papisafakis for JD Supra, August 2017"She Did What With the Family Farm? Top Ways to Challenge a Deed in Michigan" by Thomas Fabbri, Mallory Kallabat, Jonathan Martone, and Nicholas Papasifakis for JD Supra, June 2017"A Guide To: Challenging a Financial Durable Power of Attorney in Michigan" by Thomas Fabbri, Mallory Kallabat, Jonathan Martone, and Nicholas Papasifakis for JD Supra, April 2017"A Guide for Challenging a Joint Account Arrangement" by Thomas Fabbri, Mallory Kallabat, Jonathan Martone, and Nicholas Papasifakis for JD Supra, March 2017"A Guide To: How to Challenge a Trust in Michigan" by Thomas Fabbri, Mallory Kallabat, Jonathan Martone, and Nicholas Papasifakis for JD Supra, February 2017"A Guide To: How to Challenge a Will in Michigan" by Thomas Fabbri, Mallory Kallabat, Jonathan Martone, Nicholas Papasifakis for JD Supra, January 2017
Practice Areas
Tax & Estate Planning
Areas of Emphasis
Estate Planning & Probate
Industries
Cannabis