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Gallagher Law Firm Attorney Appointed by the Michigan State Bar Association Board of Commissioners

Jennifer M. Tichelaar appointed by the Michigan State Bar Association Board of Commissioners to serve on the State Bar Character and Fitness Committee

Gallagher Law Firm, PLC is proud to announce attorney Jennifer M. Tichelaar, has been appointed by the Michigan State Bar Association Board of Commissioners to serve on the State Bar Character and Fitness Committee.

The State Bar Character and Fitness Committee investigates the character and fitness of candidates for admission to the Bar.

Ms. Tichelaar’s primary areas of practice are litigation, creditors’ rights, real property law, and business law. Ms. Tichelaar represents financial institutions in the areas of banking law and creditors’ rights, including collections and related litigation. Ms. Tichelaar’s practice also focuses on real property law, with particular emphasis in construction lien litigation. In addition to construction lien litigation, Ms. Tichelaar handles various real estate title litigation matters, including mortgage priority disputes, adverse possession claims, boundary disputes, and easement issues. Ms. Tichelaar also represents businesses in all aspects of business law, including business formations, transactions, and litigation.

For more information about Gallagher Law Firm, PLC, please visit www.thegallagherlawfirm.com or the International Society of Primerus Law Firms.

Gallagher Law Firm Attorney, Jennifer M. Tichelaar, Appointed by the Michigan State Bar Association Board of Commissioners to serve on the State Bar Character and Fitness Committee-Press Release

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