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KEILEN LAW, PLC - Grand Rapids, MI

Eagle Run Drive NE#104 Grand Rapids, MI 49525

Updated: 05/22/2024

Overview

Keilen Law - Kalamazoo, Michigan

Keilen Law, PLC is located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, with offices in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Serving throughout the State of Michigan, Keilen Law, PLC believes in promoting justice through client-focused legal services. The firm has a strong and tested reputation for helping clients achieve their goals. Whether assisting corporations, small-business owners, or individual clients, the firm is well-equipped to assist clients in matters of litigation, business and corporate formation, business and corporate transactions, estate planning and probate-wills, trusts, and estates, estate litigation, estate administration, real estate, employment law, trademark law, copyright, complex litigation, and niche practice areas such as legal issues pertaining to life science-medical devices and medical malpractice.

Through tested experience, Keilen Law, PLC is a firm providing clients with the clarity and confidence they expect from a practice that lives and works in the evolving business world. Founding attorney Adam J. Keilen brings insight and real-world business experience to the firm as the owner of a Kalamazoo based medical device company. With a strong understanding of the issues facing modern business owners, Keilen Law, PLC can better represent your interests. If you or your business requires representation, turn to Keilen Law, PLC as your resource for practical and creative legal solutions that help you meet your goals with effective strategies and professional legal acumen.

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Eagle Run Drive NE#104 Grand Rapids, MI 49525

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  • 269-382-3508

Other Offices

KEILEN LAW, PLC (Main Office) 141 E. Michigan Ave. Suite 602 Kalamazoo, MI 49007 - 3943 616-200-8305

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