Foresight (fore·sight): the ability to predict or the action of predicting what will happen or be needed in the future.

Because so much of life is uncertain, we believe it’s best to plan for times of chaos in times of peace. Like our clients, we’re future-oriented. We know the end is inevitable. With a plan in place, we can stay in control of what might or could happen. At Foresight Law Firm, we work with clients who want to have a plan in place for their kids, grandkids, and loved ones. Together, we create plans that ease the uncertainty of the "what ifs." Foresight Law Firm helps you plan for their future.

Helping You Plan For Their Future

Foresight Law Firm is a full service estate planning firm based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. As a member of the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys, we focus our law practice on estate planning: helping individuals and families design a plan for their future that actually works. Because we recognize Trust funding as a critical element of successful estate plans, we offer funding assistance to ensure your Trust-based plan is funded. We also offer a formal maintenance program to ensure ongoing review and updating of your estate plan.  

Our process focuses on the client, not the document. We help the client identify their specific goals and share information about their family. Then we work together with the client to design a plan for their future that actually works. To discuss your estate planning goals and learn how we might be able to help you achieve those, we invite you to schedule a meeting with us to get acquainted and start planning for the future today.

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Through personalized counseling, we work with you to uncover your goals and build a custom estate plan that will help you achieve them.


Estate Administration

In the event of your disability or death, we have a settlement process in place to ensure your instructions are carried out according to your plan.



By getting together once a year, we are able to make sure your plan is current from any changes in the law, your family dynamics, or your health.


The end is inevitable. Having a plan in place eases the uncertainty of the what ifs.  What if I become disabled? What if my spouse remarries after my death? What if my kids can't manage the inheritance? What if my kid divorces after I die? 

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