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Kemp Klein Attorney Brian Jenney is Sponsoring Bloomfield Hills High School's 2024 Senior All Night Party

Brian Jenney is sponsoring Bloomfield Hills High School‘s Senior All Night Party. The Senior All Night Party is a safe and inclusive celebration for graduating seniors. This event is made possible by sponsorships and volunteers. The event takes place June 2nd at Bloomfield Hills High School.

This sponsorship supports Bloomfield Hills High School and the community’s desire to honor and support their 2024 graduates. 

Brian Jenney is a Black Hawk level sponsor of the event. 

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Kemp Klein Sponsored Common Ground's 2024 Ride 2 End Suicide

The Ride 2 End Suicide is an annual bicycle ride fundraiser to raise money for suicide awareness, prevention, education and counseling. This Ride brings together survivors of suicide, their families, friends, supporters and local biking enthusiasts. The Ride is an opportunity to move for something that matters –whether that’s for health, recovery, or in memory of a loved one with the goal to raise money for life saving suicide prevention programs. Kemp Klein was the Finish Line Sponsor for the event.

The 2024 Ride 2 End Suicide took place Saturday, May 18th. The Ride 2 End Suicide was (up to) a 20-mile paved path throughout Stony Creek Metropark. The starting point was located at Capital Banquet Center in Washington, MI.

The Kemp Klein Foundation is a proud Legacy Society Benefactor for Common Ground. Kemp Klein has provided more than $200,000 in pro bono work to Common Ground. In addition to the pro bono work and financial contributions, we have hosted joint events for staff and clients of Common Ground, participated in Common Ground’s Adopt-A-Family initiative and we have held blanket making and other events to help those in need. Since its inception, the Kemp Klein Foundation has contributed over $1,000,000 to hundreds of worthwhile causes.

 


 

Is a Restriction in a Partnership Valid When It Conflicts with a Right of Inheritance?

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Kemp Klein Attorneys Volunteer for Oakland County Bar Association's PALS Senior Law Day

Brian Jenney, Amanda Martin and Neal Nusholtz volunteered on May 7th at the 20th Annual Senior Law Day at the Costick Activities Center in Farmington Hills, MI.

Brian Jenney gave the Keynote Address on Power of Attorney Law. Amanda Martin and Neal Nusholtz participated in the Ask a Lawyer portion of the event.

Brian Jenney and Amanda Martin will be volunteering at the Waterford Senior Center Senior Law Day Event in Waterford, MI. The event takes place Friday, June 7th, 2024, from 9:45am – 2:00pm at 3621 Pontiac Lake Rd, Waterford Twp, MI 48328. For event registration and more information: https://www.ocba.org/?pg=senior-law-day

Senior citizens and their family members are invited to attend this extremely popular event. Senior Law Day is an invaluable resource that helps to educate senior citizens and/or their adult children on the areas of law that impact seniors. Thanks to the generous support of the Oakland County Bar Foundation, there is no cost to attend and attendees can choose from several informational sessions presented by local attorneys.

Senior Law Day is designed to help educate senior members of the community on different areas of law and to assist attendees in finding answers to their legal questions. Speakers are experts in areas important to senior citizens. This is intended to be a helpful and informative day which includes Ask a Lawyer Sessions for individual consultations.

The event is hosted by the Oakland County Bar Association’s Providing Access to Legal Services (PALS) Committee. The Pal Committee develops and hosts programs that provide legal assistance and an understanding of the legal system within the community. The activities of this committee help emphasize the positive presence of lawyers in society.