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Carver Named President, Financial and Estate Planning Council of Metropolitan Detroit

Assumes Office on January 1, 2013

December 12, 2012

Eric Thomas Carver, Member in Dykema’s Taxation and Estates Practice and Co-Chairman of Dykema’s Fiduciary Litigation Department, who specializes in Fiduciary Trust and Estate Litigation and Tax & Estate Planning and Administration, was recently elected President of the Financial and Estate Planning Council of Metropolitan Detroit. His one-year term commences January 1, 2013. Carver served as Vice President of this organization in calendar 2012.

The Financial and Estate Planning Council of Metropolitan Detroit is an exclusive, 350-member not-for-profit association comprised of leaders in the fields of law, accounting, insurance and financial planning, and bank trust officers. The mission of the council is to promote cooperative efforts in estate and business planning among the professional categories and business enterprises represented by the members. It does so by offering opportunities to engage in study, discussions, meetings and other activities designed to provide continual improvement of service. The council also has a strong educational bias: keeping members informed of latest changes in tax and estate planning laws and providing regular legal updates.

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