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Top Mcbrides Administrative Lawyers - Michigan

  • Since its founding in 1975, Kaufman, Payton & Chapa has earned a reputation as one of Michigan's most successful law firms with special experience and capabilities in the areas of insurance law, product liability, medical malpractice, professional liability, liquor liability, excess and reinsurance law, municipal, international insurance, life, health and accident law, environmental impairment,...

  • Since 1941, Smith Haughey has called downtown Grand Rapids home. In 2011 we moved 53 attorneys and 54 professional staff into the 150-year-old Flat Iron Building. Our renovation of the building allowed us to reduce our environmental footprint, streamline our processes, and improve our flexibility and accessibility. All of which furthers our commitment to deliver exceptional efficiency to our...

  • Myers & Myers, PLLC is a full-service business law firm specializing in real estate, commercial litigation, corporate law, and creditors' rights. The Firm has attained the AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest designation for legal ethics and ability and was selected for the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers based on its rating by other lawyers. Myers & Myers...

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    Located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the Law Offices of Benjamin J. Herbert offers a full range of legal services focused exclusively on estate planning and elder law. Serving both individual and commercial clients throughout Calhoun, Van Buren and Berrien counties and the surrounding areas, the law firm provides high-quality assistance and support to those with legal needs related to any of the...

  • When legal questions arise, where do you turn? Today, there are lawyers in numerous concentration areas. You could call a different lawyer for every matter. Or, you can call me. I practice in many different areas of law. I take time to get to know my clients. Each matter is researched thoroughly, and all possible outcomes are explained. I strive to find legal solutions that are best for my...

  • Smith Haughey opened our Ann Arbor office on North Main Street in 2002. The firm had been looking to expand to the eastside of the state for some time and was delighted when Ed Stein chose to join the firm and head up that office. In 2005, we moved to the newly renovated Schwaben Building. The four-story, 22,000-square-foot building has been a fixture on Ashley Street since 1915. Today, the...

  • The Traverse City office of the law firm of Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge opened in 1990 with seven attorneys. Today, the office has quadrupled in size to include attorneys who practice a full range of legal services including business law, estate planning, family law, real estate law, and litigation. Situated in the heart of the business and shopping district of downtown Traverse City, Smith...

  • First and foremost, as a firm, we understand the emotions that are a part of any immigration matter whether for family or employment purposes. We recognize that in addition to legal issues, you are considering moving to a new country to live or to accept employment, perhaps moving your spouse and children with you - taking them away from an environment with which they are familiar and are perhaps...

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  • Tough, Strategic, Aggressive, Dependable The Law Office of John Freeman aggressively represents clients in federal and state court. Our firm has extensive experience in all types of felony and misdemeanor cases, including drug crimes, weapons crimes, violent crimes, white collar crimes, corruption charges, computer crimes, sex crimes, immigration and international crimes, DUI/OWI/OUIL charges,...

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    Since its founding in 1975, Kaufman, Payton & Chapa has earned a reputation as one of Michigan's most successful law firms with special experience and capabilities in the areas of insurance law, product liability, medical malpractice, professional liability, liquor liability, excess and reinsurance law, municipal, international insurance, life, health and accident law, environmental impairment,...

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