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Carrier Law Collecting Donations for ‘Santa for a Senior’

This holiday season marks the fifth year Carrier Law will play 'Santa for a Senior.' We are collecting personal care and cleaning products for the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren program at United Methodist Community House in Grand Rapids. Donations can be dropped off at the Carrier Law Grand Rapids office, Trust Funding Center and Norton Shores office. Our Holland office is also collecting personal care and cleaning products for those less fortunate members at Evergreen Commons. Donations can...

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Raising Money for Meals on Wheels Western Michigan

Above: David Carrier is joined by Meals on Wheels President and CEO, David Brewster and Bill Kozak. Carrier Law was proud to sponsor a table at this year's 'More than a Meal' event Thursday to help raise funds for Meals on Wheels Western Michigan. The luncheon, held at The Goei Center in Grand Rapids, provides an opportunity to learn about Meals on Wheels and how so many older adults depend on program. Learn more about the 'More...

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Carrier Law Continues Community Outreach with Estate Planning Presentations

On Tuesday, Oct. 9, David Carrier brought his estate planning wisdom to two gatherings in Grand Rapids and Holland. SKLD Lunch and Learn As part of SKLD's 'Fall Progressive Tour,' David spoke to a group of Seniors during a lunch and learn presentation covering important topics such as estate planning and asset protection. Habitat for Humanity On Tuesday evening, David Carrier hosted a Habitat for Humanity Lakeshore workshop at the Carrier Law Holland office. This private workshop...

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Estate Planning Documents for Each Stage of Life

Americans aren’t doing so well when it comes to estate planning. While 53 percent have a health care power of attorney, only 42 percent have a will or living trust. That means most of us are gambling with our estate. If you haven’t started estate planning, here are a few documents you should consider. Contact us today for more information!  ...

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5 Reasons to Update Your Living Will

 Five Reasons to Update Your Living Will from The Law Offices of David L. Carrier A living will is a crucial part of planning for the future. It can help ensure your family is prepared to handle end-of-life decisions if you were to suddenly become terminally ill or critically injured. Just like other legal documents, a living will cannot remain static. Here are five reasons to consider updating yours. Relationship Changes: Dependents, Divorce, Death If...

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We’re Changing Our Name!

We have some exciting news to share – we're changing our name to Carrier Law. Our business has grown and evolved over the last 35 years, and it was time to update our look to better match who we are today: a highly experienced team with a singular focus on helping clients develop the best plan possible. Our new name is a stronger symbol of our dedication to educating families on how to preserve and protect...

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Incorporating Art and Collectibles Into Your Estate Plan

 Incorporating Art and Collectibles Into Your Estate Plan from The Law Offices of David L. Carrier Artwork and collectibles are an important asset in many of our lives. When it comes to estate planning, you do not want to leave the future of your beloved collection to chance. If you are unsure how to manage it, you are not alone – many collectors do not consider putting their artwork into their Will or...

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Join Us to Raise Money for the Walk to End Alzheimers

Join us at the Beltline Bar in Grand Rapids for a great meal and to help us raise money and awareness for the Walk to End Alzheimers. On Wednesday, August 22 from 4-8 p.m., 15% of your in-house food and beverage purchases will go to support the Walk To End Alzheimers. WHEN: Wednesday, August 22, 4 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Beltline Bar 16 28th St SE Grand Rapids (616) 454-0494 This flyer MUST be presented to the staff when paying your guest...

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The Importance of Considering Cryptocurrency During Estate Planning

 The Importance of Considering Cryptocurrency During Estate Planning from The Law Offices of David L. Carrier What Happens to Your Digital Money After You Die? In simple terms, if you’ve invested in Bitcoin, Ethereum or any of the other available cryptocurrencies, whatever sum of money you’ve amassed could be lost if you were to pass away without providing the means to access your crypto wallet. This happens more often than you might think. A...

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