Our Team

Meet the Legacy Law Center team. Our firm is staffed with experienced individuals trained in the complex areas of probate, elder and trust law. Our team cares about you and your family and understand that each situation is unique. And we know what works, whether we are doing a pre-plan to protect your future and legacy; a crisis nursing home plan to protect your family's life work; or assisting the survivors dealing with the death of a loved one. Each member of our team takes pride in providing the peace of mind that comes with knowing one's loved ones are protected and cared for.

We also welcome you to hear from our clients about what it's like to work with us.

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Attorneys

Terrence Bertram's Profile Image
I am happily married to Maria and the father of two daughters, Murphy and Chelsea. I was born and raised in Northern Michigan and come from a family where I’m the middle child of seven boys! My parents have both passed away — my father sudden… Read More
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Attorney Kyra Sims, an Ann Arbor native, completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan, receiving a B.A. in Political Science. She received her J.D. from Howard University School of Law. Throughout her law school coursework and emp… Read More

Staff

Chelsea Bertram's Profile Image
I grew up spending much of my free time “at work with Dad” and, like my father, I share a passion for working with families and assisting those who are vulnerable. My experience, combined with a desire to help others, is what led me to jo… Read More
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Kelly has over 6 years of administrative experience and joined Legacy law Center in 2015. Her duties include communications throughout the client engagement process, gathering information from our clients, coordinating client estate plan review meeti… Read More

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