David Williams

Attorney

David represents individuals, families, and family businesses in their estate, real estate, and business planning needs. He has assisted clients in estate and trust administration, including administering complex trusts and estates, and representing an omitted heir in a probate matter; preparing customized estate plans that their individual needs, including probate avoidance; forming, operating, purchasing, and selling businesses, including a multi-member steel fabrication and erection business and assisted living and real estate holding businesses; commercial real estate development, leasing, sale (including sale of portfolio of triple-net lease properties), and purchasers; negotiating and drafting contracts, including supply agreements, medical device representative and distributor agreements, and employment separation agreements; and optimizing the tax results of financial transactions and minimizing tax consequences of transactions entered without proper planning.

Prior to joining Bossenbrook Williams, David represented clients in real estate and business litigation matters. Representative matters include defending a charitable non-profit organization from a $40 million federal lawsuit involving invasion of privacy, misappropriation, and unjust enrichment claims; representing real estate purchasers in breach of warranty, broker’s liability, and title claims; defending commerical real estate owners in specific performance actions involving the sale of commercial real estate; defending a client from an approximate $115,000 successor liability tax claim; defending a homeowner against a deficiency judgment after foreclosure; and representing minority business owners in shareholder oppression and wrongful termination lawsuits.

David graduated magna cum laude from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. While in law school, he actively participated in Law Review, Moot Court, and served as an officer of the school’s chapter of the Federalist Society. David lives in DeWitt with his wife Lindsey and their two sons, Ezra and Jonas. When he’s not working, David enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and reading books about religion, history, and biographies.

David Williams

Attorney


David represents individuals, families, and family businesses in their estate, real estate, and business planning needs. He has assisted clients in estate and trust administration, including administering complex trusts and estates, and representing an omitted heir in a probate matter; preparing customized estate plans that their individual needs, including probate avoidance; forming, operating, purchasing, and selling businesses, including a multi-member steel fabrication and erection business and assisted living and real estate holding businesses; commercial real estate development, leasing, sale (including sale of portfolio of triple-net lease properties), and purchasers; negotiating and drafting contracts, including supply agreements, medical device representative and distributor agreements, and employment separation agreements; and optimizing the tax results of financial transactions and minimizing tax consequences of transactions entered without proper planning.

Prior to joining Bossenbrook Williams, David represented clients in real estate and business litigation matters. Representative matters include defending a charitable non-profit organization from a $40 million federal lawsuit involving invasion of privacy, misappropriation, and unjust enrichment claims; representing real estate purchasers in breach of warranty, broker’s liability, and title claims; defending commerical real estate owners in specific performance actions involving the sale of commercial real estate; defending a client from an approximate $115,000 successor liability tax claim; defending a homeowner against a deficiency judgment after foreclosure; and representing minority business owners in shareholder oppression and wrongful termination lawsuits.

David graduated magna cum laude from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. While in law school, he actively participated in Law Review, Moot Court, and served as an officer of the school’s chapter of the Federalist Society. David lives in DeWitt with his wife Lindsey and their two sons, Ezra and Jonas. When he’s not working, David enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and reading books about religion, history, and biographies.

Practice Areas

 Bossenbrook Williams
1600 Abbot Road, Ste. 200
East Lansing, MI 48823
Telephone: (517) 333-5789
Fax: (517) 999-5789

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