Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorneys
Attorney April Alleman
Attorney April Alleman concentrates her practice in the area of Estate Planning. She joins us after working in State Government for a Michigan State Senator. April is a graduate of Michigan State University and of Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
She earning her certificate in Probate and Estate Planning through ICLE.
She is a member of the Lansing Caerusnet group and the Ingham County Bar Probate and Estate Planning section.
In her free time, April is also active in her Church and in her community.
Deanna is our paralegal and office administrator. She has been a paralegal for 23 years in the Estate planning area of law. She has been with Crenshaw Peterson & Associates for 15 of those years. She is a great asset to the firm and handles all of the office administration for the attorneys. She also serves as a Notary Public of the State of Michigan.
Jamie is the first person you see when you come in or hear on the phone. She handles our front desk and intake area.
Jamie has been with our office since December of 2018 and is a great addition to the office.
Be sure to say hi when you stop in to visit.
Hans joined our office to assist with all our IT computer and media needs. He has been a great asset as we protect client information, keep our technology and devices up to date. He keeps the office in great working order as well as keeps our clients informed of updates with the office and updates in the law.
Jude Wells and Meeghan Peterson
Jude and Meeghan are both our part time office assistants and work on our file maintenance. They keep our office organized and our files protected for longevity. We are so grateful they have both joined our team.
Tom is one of our Legal Assistants. He started as an intern in our office and we just couldn't let him leave. Tom is a graduate of MSU. Tom assists probate and trust administration as well as medicaid files.
We always have an intern or two floating around the office helping out where they can and learning what it takes to be an attorney. Feel free to ask them questions and engage them as this helps them to learn.
**Interns cannot give legal advice on their own. If they offer any advice please notify us immediately, and do not rely on their advice as formal legal advice or consultation.