Living Life to the Fullest at Oakmont Senior Communities
It’s no secret that people today are living longer. At Oakmont Senior Communities in Southeast Michigan, they’re also living better, enjoying the amenities, care and extra touches that make life rich and rewarding.
Oakmont Senior Communities is dedicated to one mission: helping seniors live life to the fullest. “Our residents can count on us for the help and support they need to feel safe, secure and fulfilled in their retirement years,” says Adam Kalaydjian, Director of Operations for the Michigan-based company. …Read More
Leading the Way – Transforming Services for Older Adults
Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS), Ohio’s largest not-for-profit provider of continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) and services, is lending its considerable experience to one of the nation’s most rapidly growing challenges – care of our aging population.
“According to Pew Research, every day for the next 18 years 10,000 baby boomers will turn 65. At the same time, public funding for vital support services is dwindling,” says OPRS President and CEO Laurence C. Gumina. “A transformation in the way agencies, organizations and businesses serve older adults is underway.” …Read More
Aggressive Litigation, Skillful Resolution
When a chartered bus crashed in Georgia, killing seven and injuring 28, insurance companies resisted paying claims due to a dispute over commonly used policy language. The Ohio law firm of Connelly Jackson & Collier (CJC Law) was there to help. The Toledo-based firm took the lead in an appeal to the Ohio Supreme Court, making available $21 million for the victims of this tragedy.
When residents of a northern Ohio community grew tired of noxious odors and significant environmental problems associated with a large egg production facility, Connelly Jackson & Collier stepped up to help. The result: a negotiated settlement for $50 million. …Read More
CLIENT-CONFLICT AND BOUTIQUE
Shea, Coffey & Hartmann Excels at the Most Complex Litigation
Conflicts are inevitable in the closely intertwined worlds of law, business and finance. Law firms, especially larger ones, often have to turn down representation because a client in another matter is a party to the new litigation. Or perhaps someone at the firm has a relationship with the opposing party.
When conflicts like these arise, law firms throughout Southern Ohio turn to Shea, Coffey & Hartmann (formerly Shea & Associates). The highly recognized, …Read More
NOT YOUR TYPICAL PREEMINENT LAW FIRM
Statman, Harris & Eyrich Offers Experience. Determination. Results.
There are many things to be said for working with a large, national law firm. But hands-on involvement from senior-level attorneys is rarely one of them.
On the other hand, if regular partner involvement is something you’d like to have – along with national-quality expertise – there is a place that offers all that and more. In fact, there are five places: the offices of Statman, Harris & Eyrich LLC, strategically located in Cincinnati, Dayton, Chicago, …Read More
SIXTY YEARS STRONG, RENOWNED FIRM
The most successful law firms are those whose cultures radiate. Their cohesion, rigorous standards and forward-thinking initiatives manifest in the many ways they serve their clients and communities.
Strauss Troy Co., LPA, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s premier business law firms, is a prime example. Founded in 1953 and serving clients across the country in a wide range of business-oriented practice areas, Strauss Troy has purposefully cultivated a winning culture. That culture has become the firm’s …Read More
TRIAL LAWYERS OF CHOICE,
ACCORDING TO THEIR PEERS
James E. Arnold & Associates, LPA
For complex or contentious business matters that seem destined for trial, only experienced and capable litigators will do. Finding the best lawyers starts with reading client and peer reviews. A client’s praise is important; a fellow lawyer’s is likewise telling. Together, they speak volumes.
The trial lawyers of James E. Arnold & Associates, LPA continue to earn praise and trust from all quarters. As veterans of larger firms, they have dedicated their careers to excelling in the courtroom. Their record of success …Read More
TEACHING, LEARNING, MAKING A DIFFERENCE
JFR Financial Services Helps Clients Succeed
In high school, John Robbins’ first job was teaching tennis lessons. His favorite group was the housewives, in part because he learned from them. Although they had no aspirations to join the pro tour, they loved getting better, and he loved being part of their success.
Many years later, as owner of JFR Financial Services, Robbins still loves teaching – and learning. He enjoys helping and motivating people to take the next step. He connects with his clients in a plainspoken, Midwestern way, …Read More
CONFIDENT RETIREMENT PLANNING BEGINS WITH PROFESSIONAL, INDEPENDENT GUIDANCE
Even though the volatility of today’s economic market is unprecedented, one long-proven strategy consistently places investors in the best place to reach their retirement goals: Develop a personalized plan and measure results regularly. “Sometimes the hardest part about getting objective, professional guidance is picking up the phone and scheduling the first meeting,” explains Kathy Colby, Founder and President of Financial Independents, Inc.
The road to retirement has been Colby’s single focus for almost 30 years. Creating a successful financial plan …Read More
RETIREMENT PLANNING FOR TURBULENT TIMES
O’Neill Blausey Hartsock Group at Morgan Stanley
Planning for retirement has never been more challenging. Tax rates and rules are changing. The economy sputters. Increasingly, companies are offering less and demanding more from their employees. The wrong decision concerning investments can have long-term, irreversible consequences.
“The way the markets have been for the past 10 years, people are understandably nervous,” says Pat O’Neill, CFP®, a partner at the O’Neill Blausey Hartsock Group (OBHG) at Morgan Stanley in Farmington Hills, Michigan. …Read More