Grayling Chamber of Commerce recognizes Carey & Jaskowski

Carey & Jaskowski, PLLC Attorneys at Law

Carey & Jaskowski, PLLC
Attorneys at Law

Carey & Jaskowski, PLLC was selected as the Grayling Regional Chamber of Commerce Ambassador’s Club Spotlight-A-Member for February 2016. The original publication of the article can be seen here.

Year Began:
1985

How many staff/volunteers do you employ?
Seven (7)

History:
The firm was organized in 1985 as Davis & Carey. When Alton Davis was elected to the 46th circuit bench, the firm became known as Carey and Associates, PLLC. Mr. Jaskowski joined the firm as an associate in 1994, and became a partner in 1997. Carey & Jaskowski is the largest and oldest firm in the Crawford, Kalkaska, Oscoda and Roscommon County market area.

What product or service does your business provide?
The firm is a general practice firm with areas of concentration in real estate, business organizations, water and environmental rights, estate planning and domestic relations.

What is a product/service that you provide that people may not know?
We provide unique counseling for the ‘baby boomer” generation including business advice and estate planning.

What is a unique fact about your business that people may not know?
We have a strong commitment to community service. We advise or act as active board members on many local organizations including Chemical Bank, C.F. Fick and Sons, and The Higgins Lake Land Conservancy.

Additional information you wish to share:
We are proud promoters of the Grayling area and sincerely believe that the community is at the front end of an economic renaissance.

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