A growing business district in Norton Shores has a new resident alongside eateries, a coffee shop and an established financial institution. The law office of Gielow Groom Terpstra & McEvoy moved into the second floor of the Michigan Commerce Bank building (281 Seminole Rd.) with just five people on board last April. The company now has nine employees and hopes to add more as business grows.
The four attorneys — Eric Gielow, Brad Groom, Rachel Terpstra and Keith McEvoy — have from eight years’ to over 30 years’ legal experience each, says Eric Gielow, and represent businesses and commercial clients. However, each attorney has specialties: Gielow in environmental law, Groom in trial experience, Terpstra in family law and domestic relations, and McEvoy in corporate, real estate and liquor law.
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