Hameed Dakroub

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Hameed Dakroub

Dakroub Law Group, PLLC

1 Parklane Blvd.
Suite 729 East
Dearborn, MI 48126
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Hameed Dakroub is the founding member of Dakroub Group. His passion is to help others in any way that he can. Although Mr. Dakroub specializes in mainly estate planning and probate, he has knowledge and extensive experience in corporate law, bankruptcy, health care law, and more. He is constantly striving to make sure that his clients receive the absolute best legal services and prides himself on maintaining the highest standards of quality, integrity, and trustworthiness. Mr. Dakroub has received a Certificate of Completion in the areas of probate and estate planning issued by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) and the Probate and Estate Planning Section of the State Bar of Michigan. He is also a WealthCounsel Member and an ICLE Contributor. Estate planning and probate are areas of the law that Mr. Dakroub truly enjoys practicing. He has spent countless hours educating himself on the nuances of the areas. Giving his clients peace-of-mind is something he looks forward to doing. Mr. Dakroub understands the importance of proper estate planning and how sensitive of a discussion it is. Structuring estate plans tailored to clients' needs is crucial to maximizing his clients' interests and protecting what they worked so hard for throughout their lives. He means it when he tells clients to "Trust us and we will take care of you."

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