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In Re December 23, 2002 Restatement of the Stolaruk Living Trust

 




 
Kemp Klein OCBF Signature Event

Kemp Klein Law Firm is sponsoring the Oakland County Foundation's 2024 Signature Event

Oakland County Bar Foundation’s highly anticipated annual fundraising event is celebrating its 25th year. Kemp Klein Law Firm is a Silver Sponsor for the event.

The Oakland County Bar Foundation Signature Event is the only fundraising event for their foundation. The OCBF funds many worthy non-profit organizations in order to meet its mission of ensuring access to justice and an understanding of law in our community.

The event takes place Thursday, May 9th, 2024, from 6-9pm at the Orchard Lake Country Club.

For more information and registration: https://www.ocba.org/?pg=signature-event

Kemp Klein Attorneys who are OCBF Fellows:

Amy Stawski – Life Fellow

Amanda Martin – Fellow

Thomas Trainer – Life Fellow

Robert Zawideh – Life Fellow

C. Leslie Banas – Life Fellow 

Cynthia Brazzil – Life Fellow

Ralph Castelli – Life Fellow

Earle Endelman – Life Fellow

Brian Jenney – Life Fellow

Brian Rolfe – Philanthropist Fellow

 




 

Kemp Klein Nominated at the Troy Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards for the Community Impact Award

Kemp Klein is honored to be nominated in the Troy Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards presented by Horizon Bank for the Community Impact Award. We received this nomination recognition and kind letter to commemorate the occasion.

The Community Impact Award recognizes organizations and companies that are positively impacting their communities in ways that inspire integrity and respond creatively to needs in underserved communities.

The nomination reads: ”The Kemp Klein Law Firm has made a significant impact in the community. Their recent Golf Outing Benefitted SAY Detroit, which provides housing and needs for people in underserved communities. They have also sponsored many community events for local initiatives such as Stage Nature Center, Oakland Literacy Council, The Mighty Gobbler 5K and more.”

Many of the activities for which Kemp Klein has been recognized have been made possible by the Kemp Klein Foundation. The Kemp Klein Foundation was started in 1994. Everyone at Kemp Klein is encouraged to be involved from hands-on volunteer opportunities to paying to participate in casual Fridays. The Kemp Klein Foundation is funded via proceeds from casual Friday donations and contributions from the firm. Since its inception, the Foundation has contributed over $1,000,000 to hundreds of worthwhile causes which reflect the shared values of the individuals at Kemp Klein. 

Read more about our dedication to Community Involvement: https://kkue.com/community_involvement

 


 

How to Add Two Paragraphs to Your General Powers of Attorney So You Can Cure Defects in Your Form 2848 and Represent Clients Before the IRS 

Published in LISI Financial Products Planning Newsletter – Archive Message #3107, March 7, 2024

 


 

Edward Nahhat Visits Clawson Middle School

Mr. Nahhat recently visited Clawson Middle School to give a speech about leadership. His speech focused on the twelve habits of great leaders and how children may become more successful in life by applying these habits. 

The students sent this letter to show their appreciation.

This is Mr. Nahhat’s second visit to Clawson Middle School. He previously spoke to their Plan for Success Class.

Learn more about Mr. Nahhat: https://kkue.com/edward-m-nahhat/

 




 

Kemp Klein Crafts No-Sew Blankets for Common Ground

For the fifth straight year, the attorneys and staff of Kemp Klein collaborated and crafted hand-tied fleece blankets for Common Ground’s clients. Common Ground distributes these blankets as comfort items for children, victims of trauma, homeless, and other families and individuals in need of assistance. We thank the Columbia Center for donating the space for our blanket making event free of charge. 

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.