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Monday
Nov262012

David J. Anderson

Email: danderson@andersonstull.com

David J. Anderson graduated from Thomas M. Cooley law school in 1977.  He is admitted to practice in the State of Michigan, the Western and Eastern Districts of Michigan, and the United States Supreme Court. 

David focuses his practice on agricultural matters, real estate and business issues, family law and probate matters.  David has authored articles for the Michigan Bar Journal and numerous farm publications.  David is also an approved administrative law judge for the State of Michigan concerning Department of Agriculture pricing matters.

In addition, David is a member of the University Club of at Michigan State University, is an avid fisherman and hunter and co-owner of the Cigar Connoisseur, LLC, and a member of the Fellows of the Michigan State Bar Foundation.

 

Sunday
Nov252012

Cathy A. Stull

Email: cstull@andersonstull.com

Every successful law firm requires a strong presence to create a professional and productive environment. Cathy Stull has been a vital part of the foundation for Anderson, Stull & Associates since its inception.  Ms. Stull has been the Managing partner of the law firm since it was established in 1982.  Ms. Stull is a licensed Real Estate Broker owning and managing 15,000 square feet of commercial real estate across from the State of Michigan Capitol.  Ms. Stull is also the Managing Partner of The Cigar Connoisseur located in downtown Lansing.

Ms. Stull has focused her practice area on family law/child advocacy, having represented parents and children in Child Protection Proceedings, Divorces, conservatorships, guardianships, and similar matters for decades. She graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1981 and is admitted to practice in the State of Michigan and the Western United States District of Michigan.  Ms. Stull also has the distinguished honor of being nominated and accepted as a Member of the Fellows of the Michigan State Bar Foundation.

Ms. Stull has authored published articles: “Best Interest of the Child and Family Reunification” and “Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse-The Probate Court Process”. 

Additionally, Ms. Stull served in various capacities on family/children related groups during the course of her career:

  • Member of the Guardian Ad Litem Sub Committee of the Child Abuse Task Force
  • Chairperson of the Ingham County Bar Association - Juvenile Law Section
  • President of the Board of Directors for the Lansing Boys and Girls Club
  • Member of the Family law and Children’s law section of the State Bar of Michigan
  • Ms. Stull has also participated in numerous speaking engagements over the years:
  • Guest appearances on ‘It’s the Law” television show speaking on Adoption and Foster care issues
  • Juvenile Law/Family Law panel discussions.
  • Ingham County Probate Bench/Bar Advisory Committee Attorney Training
  • Parent University Panel Discussion
  • Ingham County Department of Human Services Foster Care Worker Training
  • Capitol Area Inter-Agency Foster Parent Training Coalition Annual Conference
  • Department of Mental Health – Recipient Rights Conference
  • Adoption Connections Conference
  • Ingham County Department of Human Services Protective Services Worker Training
  • Training of new Court Appointed Special Advocates for Child Protection Cases.

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Saturday
Nov242012

Alecia M. Ruswinckel

Email: aruswinckel@andersonstull.com

Alecia M. Ruswinckel joined Anderson, Stull & Associates in 2005 as an associate attorney focusing her practice on general civil matters including probate, real estate, business, and family law.  Alecia has served as counsel for businesses in collection actions, property owners in boundary disputes, parents and children in abuse and neglect matters, and parties in divorce and custody actions.

Alecia received her bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University in 2000 and her Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School, magna cum laude, in 2003, where she was the Symposium Editor for the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review.  She was admitted to practice in the State of Michigan in May, 2003, the Western District of Michigan in December, 2005 and the Eastern District of Michigan in March, 2012.

In addition to practicing law, Alecia has served on several committees and commissions, including serving as a Delta Township Planning Commissioner, Committee Member for the State Bar Client Protection Fund and District E Character and Fitness Committee, the immediate past President of the Thomas M. Cooley Alumni Association, and a board member of her Homeowners Association.  She also dedicated her time to helping our community by completing pro bono legal work through the Service to Soldiers: Legal Assistance Referral Program.

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Friday
Nov232012

Robert K. Ochodnicky

Email: RobertO@andersonstull.com 

Robert K. Ochodnicky joined Anderson, Stull & Associates in 2012 as an associate attorney focusing his practice on general litigation matters including real estate and business matters, probate, agricultural law, and family law. 

Robert received his Juris Doctor from Michigan State University-College of Law, cum laude, in 2011.  He is admitted to practice in the State of Michigan. 

Prior to joining Anderson, Stull & Associates, Robert worked for firms specializing in the areas of health law, personal injury/medical malpractice, medical marijuana laws, and professional licensure.

In addition, Robert is a member of the Ingham County Bar Association, as well as the Probate and Estate Planning and Young Lawyers Sections of the State Bar of Michigan.

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Wednesday
Oct312012

Morgan

Hi Everyone. I am Morgan Anderson. My official title is “Office Greeter” and I have been with Anderson, Stull and Associates since the Fall of 2012. Before that, I was with the Shiawassee Animal Control and the Capital Area Humane Society. I may have had a rough start but love my life now and have a great job where I meet new people all the time. The Fed Ex and UPS guys know to bring me treats when they drop off packages and all the mailmen know to say hi and pet me when they bring the mail. Stop in and see me some time – there’s no such thing as too much attention!