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New Lessons To Learn

It’s that time of year again. You have been here before. New school year beginning. First day of kindergarten. First grade. High school. Going off to college. New shoes, new clothes. Very familiar. Totally strange. Will your child or grandchild be heading to the classroom or to the kitchen table? Teaching with live instructors surrounded by friends and other students or alone through a computer screen?

Hasn’t the first day of school always been a challenge? Parents concerned about how their kids will do in new situation and kids worried about friends, classes, sports, fitting in. And now COVID-19. Masks all day long. How is that going to work? You expect that getting the younger kids to wear masks would be tough. What about the teenagers? Especially when they discover that continuous masking irritates the skin. And that means? The most dreaded teenager plague of all: acne. Has anyone thought this through? Read More>
Join our Virtual Visiting Expert Presentation
The Do's and Don'ts of Medicare Open Enrollment
Thursday, September 10 | 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
RingCentral Video Conferencing and Call-In
This workshop is for people already enrolled in Medicare and those fast approaching 65

In this Virtual workshop you will learn:

The requirements to qualify for medicare
How to enroll in medicare
When to enroll and when to renew
The resources and tools available to assist in your decision making

NOTE: This workshop is for educational purposes only. No health plan benefits will be discussed
In the Know with Carrier Law
Ball of Confusion! That's What Insurance Is Today...Know Before You Go!
Can we all agree that car insurance is confusing! Our politicians promised us new auto insurance laws to save us big money. How’s that been working out? Starting July 2, 2020, and as we renew our insurance, we drivers are supposed to save millions! So far, the savings are… underwhelming.
Back To School
Leaving Kids as Co-owners on Property
Good Idea or Big Mistake?
When Mom died, she left ownership of her home to me and my sister. We both live in the home. My partner, Billy, also lives in the home. My sister told Billy that he must start paying her rent. She said that if he doesn’t pay rent that she will evict him from our home. Can this even be possible?
In the Community with Carrier Law
Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, 6:30 PM
Carrier Law is proud to be a Community Partner again this year. Join us from the comfort and safety of your own home on Facebook Live. Create dinner with Chef Jeremy Paquin, Executive Chef of Bistro Bella Vita & The Green Well. In order to cook virtually alongside him, have access to a shopping list, and learn his super secret recipe, please register by September 18.
Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020 8:30 AM
Carrier Law is proud to be the Premier Sponsor again this year. The world may look a little different right now, but one thing hasn’t changed: our commitment to ending Alzheimer’s. This year, Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is everywhere — on every sidewalk, track and trail. We'll be Walking from our Grand Rapids location - socially distanced - on 10/3 at 8:30 AM
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