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Grand Law - Grand Rapids, MI

940 Monroe Ave NWSuite 250 Grand Rapids, MI 49503

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Updated: 06/05/2021

Grand Rapids Estate Litigation Law Firm


For nearly 10 years, Koernke & Crampton has provided some of the most responsive, comprehensive and effective litigation and legal representation available. Knowledge, experience and integrity combine with an uncommon degree of personal service to make them one of West Michigan's leading litigation firms.

About Grand Law

Practice Areas

  • Estate Litigation
  • Criminal Defense
  • Sex Crimes
  • DUI
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation


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940 Monroe Ave NWSuite 250 Grand Rapids, MI 49503


  • 616-458-7997

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