Grand Rapids Attorneys You Can Trust - A Family Owned Law Firm
Are you faced with a pressing legal issue? How should you decide who should represent you? With so many attorneys in Grand Rapids to choose from, you may feel overwhelmed trying to make this critical choice. You need to pick knowledgeable and experienced attorneys you can trust.
LEMMEN & LEMMEN PLC provides people like you with a full range of legal services. Our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys properly manage legal problems that affect their clients in the West Michigan area. With more than 50 years of experience, you can rely on us to make sure you understand your rights as we pursue a fair and just outcome on your behalf. We specialize in a variety of practice areas, including Social Security Disability, Bankruptcy, Family Law, Real Estate, Estate Planning, and Business Law including LLC formation.
More Than 50 Years of Combined Experience
Our firm has an established reputation for outstanding legal representation in the Grand Rapids area. We also have a reputation for providing personalized attention to our clients. We care about our clients' legal problems and are committed to providing our clients with a significant level of personal access and contact that is not available at larger firms.
Outstanding Value Without Excessive Costs
One of the most common worries that many individuals and families have about seeking legal help is the cost. LEMMEN & LEMMEN PLC is a full-service law firm that is well-equipped to provide the representation you would expect from a large law firm while providing the competitive fee structure you want from a smaller, local firm.
We offer free initial consultations for our clients in many practice areas. For Social Security Disability and Personal Injury Cases, we do not charge a fee unless we win. Request a consultation online so you can ask all of your questions and know your rights.
Access to Attorneys in Grand Rapids and Coopersville
Our firm has been operating in the Grand Rapids area since the early 1970s. We understand the local culture and the challenges facing our West Michigan communities. We also have established relationships and are very familiar with the structure of the legal system in which your case will be heard. Finally, we have been personally and professionally vested in the Grand Rapids area for many years, and therefore have a personal interest in helping our friends and neighbors reach successful outcomes. For the convenience of our clients, we offer the flexibility to meet with your lawyer in Grand Rapids or our Coopersville offices.
At LEMMEN & LEMMEN PLC, our lawyers and staff have experience and a proven track record representing clients throughout West Michigan. We are committed to our clients and have a well established reputation for providing excellent legal representation and personalized client services.
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To schedule an appointment call (616) 837-6221 or request a consultation online.
Areas of Practice
We help clients seek Social Security Disability benefits for both short-term and long-term disabilities. To learn more, follow the links below:
- What if I'm denied Social Security benefits?
- Do I qualify?
- SSI benefits for children
- Social Security's five-step process to determine disability
- What ailments qualify for Social Security?
- What are the levels of appeals?
- How much does it cost to hire an attorney?
Many people throughout our area of Michigan have been hit hard by the faltering economy. Bankruptcy is the only way for many to achieve a fresh start free from creditor harassment and start rebuilding their reputation with credit reporting agencies. We offer comprehensive bankruptcy services for our clients, including those seeking Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Everyone, not just the elderly, benefit from proper estate planning. Estate planning done right involves more than just planning for end-of-life issues. While an estate plan directs how your assets will be distributed after you die, a proper estate plan should also identify who cares for your health and wealth when you are unable to, no matter what your age. Our experienced lawyers will create documents for you that let you choose who will make medical and financial decisions for you in the event that you are unable to do so. These documents are called medical powers of attorney and durable powers of attorney. See the following for more information:
- Elder law
- Available benefits and estate planning for individuals with disabilities
- Why you should talk to a lawyer about estate planning
- The difference between wills and trusts
Other Areas of Practice
We are a full-service law firm, offering representation in additional practice areas such as: