At Sheridan Law PLC, we are in the business of helping you reach your business and personal goals. We understand that a successful business client rightfully expects its attorneys to understand the client’s business operations and help identify and explain a range of solutions. We appreciate that estate planning can be a difficult topic that is often better discussed over a cup of coffee than in a cold, gray conference room. And we know that negotiating a corporate transaction must take into account the client’s unique risk tendencies and the details of the particular deal.
These beliefs led the attorneys of Sheridan Law to leave successful careers in larger law firm and corporate settings to start this venture. We have joined together to promote our passion of helping clients accomplish their goals and achieve results on a more practical level. We do not believe that a client must choose between either personalized attention or sophisticated counsel when selecting a legal services provider, as is too often the case in the legal marketplace–we believe you can (and should) have both.
You will find that the attorneys of Sheridan Law are adept at assisting clients with a variety of transactional legal matters. Our attorneys have, for example, successfully closed hundreds of real estate transactions, created succession plans for a number of highly successful businesses, and assisted clients in completing numerous large corporate deals on a national and global scale. Our sophistication and experience in transactional legal matters rivals that of the largest law firms in West Michigan.
So when you are looking for knowledgeable and dedicated legal counsel, please give us a call. You will find our approach a welcome change to the stereotypical law firm experience. Our attorneys provide service to clients throughout West Michigan, and beyond. We look forward to the opportunity to listen and learn and to help you reach your business and personal goals.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” — Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)