Zack is US Navy veteran, having served active duty on two aircraft carriers--USS ENTERPRISE and USS SARATOGA--in the early 1990's before his honorable discharge in 1995. After the Navy, Zack graduated magna cum laude from Alma College with a B.S. in Mathematics and Business Administration. He also holds a master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Central Michigan University (CMU).
After Alma College, Zack worked as a financial advisor and eventually had his own Financial Planning firm. He has managed all facets of multiple businesses throughout his 20-year professional career and his decision to attend law school was made after his miraculous recovery from nearly losing his life in a worksite incident while helping a friend load a semi trailer.
Zack graduated magna cum laude from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School and in the top 10% of his class. He was awarded a 100% merit scholarship to attend Cooley (he was offered an identical scholarship to attend the MSU College of Law) and completed Cooley's Litigation concentration. While at Cooley, Zack was a member of the Journal of Practical and Clinical Law and the Moot Court Boards, and was awarded multiple certificates of merit for his academic performance. He focuses his practice on all types of personal injury matters, criminal defense, business transactions, and various general civil litigation.
Heather manages our Midland office. She is licensed in Michigan and Massachusetts, and focuses the bulk of her practice on family law and immigration matters.
For her undergraduate work, Heather attended Central Michigan University and graduated with a B.S., majoring in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration. After graduating from CMU, she worked in human resources for seven years before deciding to go to law school. She attended law school at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School and graduated with a Litigation concentration.
After law school she worked for a firm in Boston, MA, and then clerked for 42nd Circuit Court Judges Clulo, Beale, and Lauderbach in Midland County for three years. After her clerkship, Heather worked for the late Charlotte Allen, and had a solo law practice for three years before joining our firm.