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    From our law office in Traverse City, Michigan, the attorneys at the Dingeman & Dancer, P.L.C., law firm are fully prepared to help you, your family and your business with virtually any legal challenge you may face. Nationally recognized as one of the top full-service law firms in our region, we offer exceptional representation and support to clients throughout Northern Michigan who have legal...

  • 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...

  • At the Demorest Law Firm in Royal Oak, Michigan, our highly experienced attorneys are dedicated to all things business. Not only do we serve as outside general counsel for numerous small- and medium-sized businesses, but we also help larger companies and individuals with specific projects. We are a full-service business law firm whose attorneys are exceptionally skilled and adept in the following...

  • Hults and Helder, PLLC started as a sole practice in 1974. Our office is complemented by highly trained, long-term and experienced staff who are knowledgeable in the legal matters handled by the firm. In our areas of practice, there are some overlaps in which both members of the firm regularly practice. There are also certain areas in which only one of the members provide services. We believe that...

  • Hall & Bolles, P.C., in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, has established a reputation as a knowledgeable, versatile and respected law firm serving the needs of individual and business clients in Central Michigan. Our attorneys — Thomas W. Hall Jr., and Becky J. Bolles — have more than 70 years of combined professional, general practice experience in primary practice areas including family...

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