General News/Dec 20, 2019

Jacob C. Barnard Joins Gielow Groom Terpstra & McEvoy Law Firm

Gielow Groom Terpstra & McEvoy (GGTM) is proud to introduce Jacob C. Barnard as the newest addition to the GGTM team. He joins veteran attorneys and founding members Eric Gielow, Brad Groom, Rachel Terpstra and Keith McEvoy, as well as Lindsay Canan, Nicolas Morano, Daniel Olson, and Scott Timmer. Barnard intends to concentrate his practice ... Read More
General News/Jul 10, 2019

Opportunity Zone Investments

KEY CONSIDERATIONS AND DILIGENCE ISSUES One of the hottest new investment options being sought out by investors is the Opportunity Zone program which was created by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  The primary purpose of the Opportunity Zone program was to spur investment and economic revitalization in low-income communities throughout the country. Under ... Read More
Estate Planning/Probate/May 1, 2019

Lindsay N. Canan, Experienced Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney, Joins GGTM Law

Gielow Groom Terpstra & McEvoy (“GGTM”) is pleased to welcome Lindsay N. Canan to its experienced attorney team.  Lindsay is a skilled elder law attorney, focusing on the areas of estate planning, probate, and long-term care planning. Lindsay also has extensive experience in the area of family law. A Michigan native, Lindsay was raised in ... Read More
General News/Mar 3, 2016

A Door of a Different Color: Appeals Court holds that condominium association is responsible for painting exterior door of condominium unit

When a condominium association appealed a circuit court order, claiming that a condominium unit owner – not the association – was responsible to repaint the owner’s front door, the Court of Appeals held that the alleged responsibility to repaint was a horse (or perhaps a door) of a different color. Mt Vernon Park Ass’n v ... Read More
General News/Jun 30, 2015

5 Things Every Business Owner Must Know To Minimize The Fallout From Cyber Attack

An alarming number of cyber attacks have been reported recently. And the number continues to grow. Such attacks are not a threat only to large corporations. In fact, small businesses are more likely than large corporations to suffer cyber attacks because they are more vulnerable and less likely to have proper protections in place. No ... Read More