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Evan Alexander was sworn in to the Michigan Bar in 2014 after earning his juris doctor degree from the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Prior to that time, he spent over a decade learning this practice in his father, Doug Alexander's, prior law firm. With ever-increasing responsibilities, from office tasks and answering phones to examining real property titles and assisting in the preparation and recording of deeds and other instruments, Evan gained a wealth of knowledge in the day-to-day operations of a condominium law practice.


Since joining Makower Abbate Guerra Wegner Vollmer, Evan has focused his practice on FHA and VA certifications, Governing Document revisions and restatements, collection matters, contract drafting and review and restriction enforcement. In short, Evan has hit the ground running, and his knowledge and experience are sure to enable him to provide clients with the service they have come to expect from Makower Abbate Guerra Wegner Vollmer PLLC.

Education

  • Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, J.D., 2014

  • Eastern Michigan University, B.S., 2009

Courts

  • Admitted to Michigan Bar (2014)

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