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Serving Clients in Personal and Business Legal Matters since 1978

We Are Schenk Boncher & Rypma

Established in 1978, we are a full service law firm specializing in both commercial and personal areas of law and we represent clients throughout West Michigan and the entire Midwest. Our attorneys are well known by local judges and other legal firms in the areas of commercial and business law, personal injury and wrongful death, construction law, zoning, planning and land use issues, banking law, civil rights, domestic relations and divorce, sales representative law, collections, insurance litigation, and real estate. + Learn more about our LAW firm

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With over 35 years’ experience and a stellar track record, we have the understanding and know-how to represent clients in many areas. We also offer a free 30 minute consultation to discuss your case.  + see how we can help you 

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  • Is It Discrimination If It Is LGBT Negative?

    Employers are concerned.  It is possible to run afoul of anti-discrimination laws without intending to do so.  Irrespective of one's personal views on LGBT matters, we are often asked "if an employment policy appears to adversely affect gay people i.e. providing separate dressing areas because straight employees demand it" is it discrimination?"  Simply put, employers do not want to violate the law.  << Read More

  • UPDATE FOR VETERANS AND MEMBERS OF THE US MILITARY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

    SB&R is pleased to announce that effective immediately, all veterans and active-duty members of the US Armed Forces and all serving members of law enforcement will receive a 20% discount from our normal fees on all Estate Planning Services (Wills, Trusts, Patient Advocate Forms, Elder Care Planning , etc.) provided by our firm.  << Read More

  • Beware--New DOL Overtime Regs. Released

    "But I thought they were exempt employees"!!!  The lament of the uninformed HR Director.  The most prominent change in the final changes to overtime regulations by the Dept. of Labor is the increase in the salary level required for for exempt employees.  The new "exempt" level is $47,476 annually ($913/week) to have the status of an, exempt employee.  << Read More

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