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Helping Businesses & Families for Over 60 Years

McKenney & McKenney — Personalized Services from Experienced Attorneys

Since 1951, McKenney & McKenney has been proud to work with individuals, small businesses, and families in Holly, Fenton, and Grand Blanc, MI, providing personalized legal services and guidance from attorneys with decades of experience. Our areas of practice include estate planning and probate law, elder law, business law and municipal law. No matter your case, we take the time to get to know and understand your unique situation and to empower you by educating you on your legal rights. Attorney Thomas P. McKenney has been practicing law since 1978 and is committed to forming trusting, professional relationships with each of his clients.

Committed to Continually Improving Our Firm

Attorney McKenney and his team are passionate about providing quality services. To do this, our firm attends continuing education seminars and institutes, staying on top of the latest in court decisions and legislation. This helps us to better protect your rights and interests, tailoring our services to your situation. Meeting our clients’ needs and providing them with reliable, knowledgeable legal guidance is our top priority. Whether you are forming a new business, creating a will, or planning for retirement, our firm is here to help you through the entire process.
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For more information about our services, or to schedule an appointment, give us a call today at, contact us today at 248-328-9133. Or, fill out the form above and we will be in touch as soon as possible.

McKenney Law Firm
McKenney & McKenney
1121 N Saginaw St
Holly, MI 48442



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