Fraser Trebilcock attorney Melisa M. W. Mysliwiec has recently been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). “I am honored and humbled to receive this invitation to join such a gifted group of individuals,” said Melisa.
Melisa compassionately and effectively advises clients and implements individualized and creative planning techniques for her clients in the areas of elder law, Medicaid planning, estate planning, and trust and estate administration.
Melisa is a council member of the Probate and Estate Planning Section of the State Bar of Michigan; chair of the Committee on Special Projects (CSP) of the Probate and Estate Planning Council; managing editor of the State Bar of Michigan's Probate and Estate Planning Journal; and a member of the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s (ICLE's) Elder Law Advisory Board. She is also a regular contributor for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) and writes articles and provides presentations educating the public in the areas of elder law, Medicaid planning, estate planning, and trusts & estates.
ACTEC is an organization of almost 2,400 trust and estate lawyers and law professors who have been elected by their peers in recognition of having made outstanding contributions to the practice of trust and estate law. ACTEC reported that 33 new Fellows were elected to the College in 2022. While there are only 45 ACTEC Fellows in the state of Michigan, Fraser Trebilcock proudly claims two of them as their own: Melisa M. W. Mysliwiec and Marlaine C. Teahan.