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jack weyers


Jack is a graduate of Okemos High School, Spring Arbor University, and Western Michigan Thomas M. Cooley Law School and has lived and worked in Mid-Michigan since 1973.

After a 20-year career as Michigan-licensed life and health insurance agent working in the employee benefits industry wherein he served in several capacities including Chief Executive Officer, at WEYCO INC., Jack decided to return to school to complete his undergraduate education.

While he was attending Spring Arbor University, Jack’s mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Prior to his mother’s death in 2013, Jack served as one of his mother’s primary caregivers and, as such, gained a deep understanding of the plight of those suffering from dementia as well those who care for them. Jack’s experience with his mother inspired him to find a career path that would allow him to be of service to not only those families who have a member that suffers from Alzheimer’s disease but also to the elderly in general as well as to families with children who have special needs. Additional experience gained while participating in the Sixty Plus Elderlaw Clinic at Cooley solidified Jack’s desire to be of aid to the elderly and those with special needs.

Jack graduated magna cum laude from Cooley in January 2015. While at Cooley, he earned nine Certificates of Merit and served as associate editor on the Thomas M. Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law. Jack's practice areas include wills, trusts, probate, and long-term care, and special needs planning.

Jack currently resides in Okemos with his wife and 3 children.


Sara was raised in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Every year she travels back to the U.P. to participate in her hometown's annual Community Days Festival. Her sense of community and family has been a driving force throughout all of her work and schooling.

Sara earned a BS in Environmental Soil Sciences from Michigan State University in 2004. During her time at MSU Sara was the Editor-in-Chief of the Red Cedar Log as well as a member of the freshman and senior class councils. Sara graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2010 and was admitted to the Michigan Bar in November of 2014. During her legal internship, Sara participated in complex commercial and residential real estate transaction closings, including USDA Rural Development and MSHDA projects. She joined Family and Elder Law of Mid-Michigan, P.C. in August 2019.

In every job she has held Sara has improved community relations and helped develop the internal structure of the companies. She excels at linking people together to create a robust network of individuals that becomes its own community. Her work with the Holt Community Arts Council, Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan, and the Ingham County Women's Commission are her passion projects. In these groups, she can bring people together in appreciation of the arts and teach the next generation of women how to champion each other and form and foster their own communities.

Sara currently lives in Lansing with her daughter.



Erica Saldivar


Erica was born in Lansing, Michigan, and grew up in Mason. After high school she attended Lansing Community College before meeting her husband, getting married, and starting a family. After being a stay-at-home mom for 10 years she decided it was time to go back to work and school and she enrolled in the Legal Secretary program at Career Quest Learning Center in Lansing. Erica excelled in school and made the President's List each mod for her grades. 

While in school Erica realized she had a passion for Estate Planning and requested to be placed with an estate planning law firm for her externship. In July of 2016, she was placed with Family and Elder Law of Mid-Michigan, P.C. for a 5-week externship that turned out to be a perfect fit and she's been with us ever since!

In her downtime, Erica enjoys going for walks through downtown Mason with her family. She also enjoys painting, kindness, rocks, cooking, and exploring historic places (the older, the better!). Her favorite places that she has visited so far are Mackinac Island and Tombstone, Arizona. Someday she hopes to have a well-worn passport!