Smith Haughey Elects New Shareholders, Chair of Associate Development and 2017 Board of Directors
Grand Rapids, Mich., January 3, 2017 — Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge is pleased to announce the addition of new shareholders Cortney S. Danbrook, Michael T. Miller and Timothy M. White, as well as the appointment of Kristen E. Guinn as Chair of the Associate Development Committee.
Cortney Danbrook is an attorney in Smith Haughey’s Traverse City office, where she practices in the areas of real estate, business, estate planning and probate and trust administration. She has an extensive background in wealth management, estate planning, family cottage succession planning, and representation of corporate and individual fiduciaries in trust and probate administration.
Michael Miller is an attorney in Smith Haughey’s Ann Arbor office. He is a medical malpractice trial attorney who defends healthcare facilities and healthcare professionals against claims of malpractice in courts throughout Michigan.
Tim White is an attorney in Smith Haughey’s Traverse City office. His practice is concentrated on representing the owners of closely-held businesses, professionals, and other high income and high net-worth clients on their business, taxation and estate planning matters. Tim’s clients include companies in construction, manufacturing, agri-business, health care, technology and professional services.
Kristen Guinn is a trial attorney and litigator who represents both individuals and businesses in the resolution of various disputes. She will lead the firm’s Associate Development Committee, which exists to ensure the success of each of the firm’s associates as an outstanding attorney, an eventual shareholder, and a professional in the community.
Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge’s 2017 Board of Directors
Attorneys Peter J. Boyles, Cheryl L. Chandler, Kevin B. Even, Patrick F. Geary, William W. Jack Jr., John (Jack) R. Oostema and Matthew L. Wikander will serve as board members in 2017.