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Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C. Attorneys Attend Portrait Unveiling Event

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Local attorneys from Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C. were present at a recent Washtenaw County Courthouse event to celebrate the unveiling of a portrait honoring Judge Kurtis T. Wilder's distinguished service on the Washtenaw County Circuit Court (1992-1998). Judge Wilder was the first African-American judge on the Washtenaw County Circuit Court. The portrait will be hung in the Washtenaw County Circuit Court building thereafter.

Judge Wilder's tenure as chief judge (1996-1998) reflects his leadership within the court system. Following his circuit court service, Governor John Engler appointed Judge Wilder to the Michigan Court of Appeals, where he served from 1998 to 2017. In 2017, Governor Rick Snyder appointed Justice Wilder to the Michigan Supreme Court, making him the 112th justice on the state's highest court.

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If you are facing probate issues in Ann Arbor, the experienced attorneys at Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C. can provide knowledgeable guidance and help you navigate the legal process. Contact the firm today to discuss your specific case.

Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels: Trusted Legal Counsel in Washtenaw County

Since its founding in 1948, Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C. has been a cornerstone of the Washtenaw County legal community. The firm has a long history of adapting to meet the evolving needs of its clients and has earned a reputation for excellence. The firm's attorneys are recognized by their peers as Top Rated Michigan SuperLawyers® and hold an AV® rating, signifying the highest possible rating based on peer review.

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