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Grand Rapids Estate Planning Attorney | Matthew V. Piwowar

Grand Rapids Estate Planning Attorney | Matthew V. Piwowar, Esq.

Legacy Architects, PLLC – Estate Planning & Business Attorneys is an estate planning law firm based in Metro Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Its founder, Matthew V. Piwowar is a metro Grand Rapids estate planning attorney who serves his clients throughout Michigan.  He travels to his clients from the Michigan-Indiana line north to Sault Ste. Marie.  Mr. Piwowar has extensive experience providing a wide array of legal services including: (i) estate planning, and business succession planning, (ii) living trusts, special needs trusts, and cottage trusts (iii) corporate legal service (iv) mergers and acquisitions, and (v) business plans and startup services. 

Especially relevant, Mr. Piwowar has prepared living trusts for hundreds of clients and counseled them through the estate plan design process.  Additionally, he has spoken at numerous workshops teaching the public about estate planning.

Comprehensive Estate Planning

If you are looking for a Grand Rapids Estate Planning Attorney then learn more about Matthew V. Piwowar here.  To get a better understanding how a Grand Rapids Estate Planning Attorney can guide you through a comprehensive estate planning process read more here.  With Legacy Architects, PLLC – Estate Planning Attorneys you will feel comfortable learning how to protect yourself and your family with a comprehensive estate plan.  You will understand how your Last Will, Financial Power of Attorney, Health Care Power of Attorney, and Living Trust all work together to protect your family.

Directions

If you live or work in the Grand Rapids area or anywhere in West Michigan, you can either come to our office just off I-196, or we can meet you at your home or at your financial advisor’s office.  Our office is conveniently located just east of I-196 just off the Hudsonville exit.  If you are coming from US 131, just take M6 West until it merges into I-196 West and then stay in the right lane.  The Hudsonville exit will be the first exit after the M6 merge.