Macomb County Attorney Aaron Geyer

Aaron Geyer

Aaron Geyer

Macomb County Attorney

Aaron earned his Doctor of Law (J.D.) degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where he gained comprehensive knowledge of legal principles and developed essential skills for effective legal practice. Prior to pursuing his legal career, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Buffalo State University, which equipped him with a deep understanding of economic principles and their application to legal matters.

Throughout his extensive career, Aaron has demonstrated a commitment to excellence, diligently representing clients in various areas of law. With a meticulous approach to legal analysis and sharp attention to detail, Aaron consistently delivers optimal outcomes for his clients.

Apart from his legal acumen, Aaron is known for his client-focused approach, prioritizing open communication and tailored strategies to meet individual needs. He understands that every case is unique and requires a personalized approach, ensuring that his clients receive the best possible legal representation.

If you are facing a tough legal issue such as a DUI arrest, divorce, debt problem, or an auto accident injury, the decisions you make now can affect you for the rest of your life. That’s why it’s important to seek the help of an experienced and aggressive lawyer.

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