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We are aggressive, caring, and committed to advocacy for our clients, not just on paper but also in the courtroom. We are ready to champion your interests.
Estate planning can be a complex matter to navigate, especially when it involves numerous legal documents like wills and trusts and the probate procedure in the midst of an emotionally trying time. At Scozzari Graham, PLLC, we take a team-based approach on all our cases, so your single situation you bring to us will have three attorneys at work. You can trust that our firm will examine the important details of your estate planning case, from examining your will or trust to guiding you through probate, and do our best to protect your interests moving forward after a loved one’s death.
From commercial development to land use laws, our real estate attorneys at Scozzari Graham, PLLC can help you. We have significant years of professional experience and can guide you through the legal process of whatever real estate matters you are facing in Grand Rapids, whether you have questions about condominium ownership or zoning ordinances and water rights. Our team of attorneys will work together to guide you through your real estate process in Michigan.
If a government has violated your rights, or if you are a government whistleblower, talk to us. The laws are changing: It is now a criminal obstruction of justice for an employer to interfere with the “lawful employment” of any worker who provides law enforcement with “truthful information” relating to the “possible commission of any federal offense”.
According to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers, whistleblowers are the single most effective way of rooting-out criminal activity and fraud in corporations and government agencies. No one applies for a job with the intent of becoming a whistleblower. No one seeks the scrutiny that comes from being labeled a whistleblower.
If you have been retaliated against by your employer for reporting to a public body the violation of a law, regulation or rule promulgated by the State of Michigan, or because you were requested by a public body to participate in an investigation held by that public body or in a court action, you may be a whistleblower.