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Phyllis E. Jeden

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Associate Attorney

Phyllis E. Jeden is an associate attorney at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras. Her practice is concentrated in the areas of civil litigation and probate matters, including estate and trust disputes.

Prior to becoming a part of the BRMM team, Phyllis worked with a national labor and employment law nonprofit and was a staff attorney for a legal aid organization. Phyllis also served as a MI Health Link Ombudsman and worked to resolve disputes between member beneficiaries and health care plans. Phyllis has several years of experience in the areas of public benefits, housing, consumer, employment, family law and protection from abuse.

Practice Areas:

· Trust & Estate Litigation

· Guardianships & Conservatorships

Education:

J.D., Juris Doctor, Wayne State University Law School, Public Interest Law Fellow

B.A., Bachelor of Sciences in Community Development, Central Michigan University

Admissions:

State of Michigan

Recognitions and Memberships:

· State Bar of Michigan: Litigation & Probate & Estate Planning Sections

· Chaldean American Bar Association

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  • “I was very impressed with three things: 1) the timely return of phone calls, 2) the speed at which our paperwork was ready to be signed, and 3) the follow through (i.e. helping change our assets into the name of the trust).”

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