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Mar 2019
March 08, 2019

Estate Planning Focus - Winter 2019

New Faces

  • Catherine Jacobs joined Warner as a trusts and estates and elder law attorney in our Grand Rapids office
  • William Lentine joined Warner as a trusts and estates, business and tax law attorney in our Southfield office
  • Sara Nicholson joined Warner as a trusts and estates and retirement benefit planning attorney in our Kalamazoo office

New Partners in January 2019
  • Laura Jeltema—Laura counsels high net worth individuals and families, family business owners, family offices and private foundations
  • Joseph Owens—Joe advises businesses and individuals in trust and estate planning, tax planning, business succession planning and general business law

Did You Hear?
Visit our LEGACY MATTERS blog to read Mark Harder's post explaining the dramatic changes to Michigan's Trust Code which will take effect on March 29, 2019. These new laws provide the ability to create directed trusts and use divided trustees in Michigan.

Warner's LEGACY MATTERS blog addresses wealth, family business, family office and estate planning topics and is published by our Private Client and Family Office Practice. Visit LEGACY MATTERS at

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