Adrienne Darr

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Adrienne Darr

The Darren Findling Law Firm, PLC

414 W. 5th Street
Royal Oak, MI 48067
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Prior to joining The Findling Law Firm, Adrienne attended Wayne State University where she graduated in 2000 with honors.  Thereafter she attended Wayne State University Law School, where she was a member of Moot Court.

From 2002-2004, Ms. Darr served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Antonio Viviano of the Macomb County Circuit Court. Adrienne has been with The Findling Law Firm since 2003 and was admitted to the State of Bar of Michigan in 2004.

Career Highlights

  • Handles the Administration of several million dollar conservatorship and deceased estates.
  • Handles the court approval of settlements in both probate and circuit court  for victims of automobile accidents, dog bite, medical malpractice and wrongful death lawsuits.
  • Establishes Supplemental Needs Trusts for disabled individuals receiving government benefits.

Joined Firm

  • 2003


  • 2004 Michigan
  • 2006 Federal

Areas of Expertise

  • Deceased Estates
  • Wills and Trusts
  • Adult Conservatorships
  • Minor Conservatorship
  • Guardianships

Legal Experience

  • 2002-2004, judicial intern, Hon. Antonio Viviano, Macomb County Circuit Court
  • 2004-present, Associate Attorney, Findling Law Firm, PLC


  • Wayne State University Law School, Juris Doctor


  • State Bar of Michigan

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