Curt has a general law practice with his main office situated near the Capitol in Lansing. He focuses much of his work in the areas of elder and family law. Curt hails from northern Wisconsin and has remained very much connected to his roots and family, having moved his parents to Lansing where he cared for them until their recent passing. As a reflection of his own experiences, much of Curt’s work entails working with the elderly and their families and helping them deal with all those events that come with aging – to include caregiving, medical decision-making, finances, long-term health care, governmental assistance, and family counseling.
Curt is also a trained facilitative mediator in the areas of civil, domestic relations and elder disputes, and schooled in the cutting-edge team approach of Collaborative Law.
“Helping Hands Respite Care is a gem in the care-giving and special needs programming crown of the Lansing-East Lansing metro area. There is no greater gift to give than what this organization has to offer families, friends and loved-ones – love and a ‘helping hand.’ I am honored to be able to serve and offer my ‘helping hand’ in the legal arena and beyond.”