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Lapeer Estate Planning Lawyer
About David J. Churchill
Current Employment Position(s)
- Estate Planning
- General Civil Litigation
- General Practice
- Real Estate Law
- Michigan, 1978
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Michigan, 1981
- Lapeer County Bar Association (Member (past President, 1986))
- Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co., Board of Directors
- State Bar of Michigan, Elder Law and Disability Rights Section (Member)
- State Bar of Michigan, Probate and Estate Planning Section, (Member)
- State Bar of Michigan, Real Property Section (Member)
Pro Bono Activities
- Economic Club of Lapeer County, Charter Member
- Lapeer Area Chamber of Commerce, Past President
- Lapeer Area United Way Fund Raising Drive, Past President
- St. Paul Lutheran Church of Lapeer, Past President
- Seven Ponds Nature Center
- Flint River Watershed Coalition
- Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, Michigan, 1978
- Michigan State University, Michigan, 1975
Honors: With Honors
Accepts Credit Cards
407 Clay Street Lapeer, MI 48446
- (810) 664-0904
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