Strobl Sharp Adds Father And Son Lawyers To Firm

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Mike Scullen
Mike Scullen // Photo courtesy of Strobl Sharp

Strobl Sharp, a Bloomfield Hills-based law firm with specialties in business law, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, and estate and succession planning, has added attorneys Mike Scullen and Sean Scullen to its team.

Mike Scullen and Sean Scullen are father and son. The pair is expected to strengthen the firm’s tax and estate planning offerings.

Mike Scullen has experience in estate planning and probate avoidance, tax minimization strategies, business law and business succession planning. He has also developed cross-border experience representing individuals and businesses throughout Ontario, Canada.

He previously owned and operated his own firm, Scullen Law Offices, for 16 years while also serving as of counsel to Siegel, Greenfield & Hayes from 2018 to 2021. Mike is a NFLPA Certified Contract Advisor.

“We are thrilled to welcome Mike to the Strobl Sharp team,” says Tom Strobl, founder and member of Strobl Sharp. “His international experience and extensive tax, business law, and estate and succession planning background will be a great asset to our clients.”

Mike Scullen attended law school at American University, before moving home to Michigan in 1996 to raise his family.

Sean Scullen focuses his transactional practice on private wealth and estate. He will handle corporate transactions for the firm, working closely with a variety of closely held companies, families, individuals, and professional athletes.

He graduates from Penn State Law this month. He worked part-time at Scullen Law Offices while in law school. Sean was also a clinic member with Penn State Law’s Entrepreneur Assistance Clinic.

Prior to law school, Sean Scullen graduated from Cornell University where he studied economics and business and played football.

“We are excited to have Sean join Strobl Sharp and bring his sports law concentration and fresh perspectives to our firm,” says Jon Everly, managing member of Strobl Sharp.

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