Clark Hill Attorney Ingrid A. Jensen Elected Grand Rapids Bar Association Secretary
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Clark Hill attorney Ingrid A. Jensen has been elected as Secretary to the Grand Rapids Bar Association. Her two year term begins July 1, 2017.
Jensen specializes her practice in the areas of real estate, banking, and creditors' rights law, and has experience in the Federal Bankruptcy Court and Michigan Tax Tribunal. She works with numerous municipalities to defend tax assessments. Her real estate practice focuses primarily on real property acquisition and sale, leasing and property use and development. As a creditors' rights attorney, Ingrid works with both lenders and borrowers in renegotiating loans, preparing workout and forbearance agreements, and enforcing real estate loans through foreclosures and forfeitures.
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