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Our free, fun, info-packed workshops are where you’ll learn about LIFEPLAN™ Independence in a group setting, where questions are encouraged and your concerns are front and center!

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35 Years of Estate Planning Experience

Carrier Law is an estate planning and elder law firm located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Serving families in the area for 35 years, our dedicated attorneys are highly experienced when it comes to representing clients and are eager to assist you in any way possible.

David Carrier has been helping families in good times, and has lessened the burden they experience during times of tragedy and loss. Our 50 team members all have one goal in mind:

OUR CLIENTS COME FIRST

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