Greg Schrot is the newest member of Biddinger & Estelle, PC joining the firm in 2018.
His passion for helping others stretches back to his youth when he would assist in volunteer efforts alongside his father for the Port Huron Optimist Club. His desire to assist others stayed with him through his studies and into his career as an attorney.
Greg brings his attention to detail and readiness to listen allowing him to assist clients in addressing their concerns, and any challenges they may face, as they look to provide security for their loved ones. He is passionate about ensuring that the work he performs reflects his client’s intentions. He prides himself on knowing the work he does eases the minds of his clients while assisting them through a difficult process.
Greg graduated from Grand Valley State University with an undergraduate degree in Legal Studies. During his summer breaks while at Grand Valley, he would return home and volunteer to be an assistant coach for the Lapeer East High School varsity baseball team. He continued his education at the University of Toledo College of Law in Toledo, Ohio where he earned his law degree.
Greg is a member of the Probate and Estate Planning, Elder Law and Disability Rights, and Agricultural Law Sections of the State Bar of Michigan. Additionally, Greg received his Certificate of Completion in the areas of probate and estate planning, elder law, and closely held business formation.
Greg is a member of the Bad Axe Rotary and is Committee Chairman of the Lapeer County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited.
Greg and his wife Ellery live in Lapeer on their family Centennial farm with their faithful chocolate lab, Macy, and their black cat, Bruce. Greg is an avid outdoorsman and spends every chance he can chasing waterfowl in the fall from Lake Erie to Lake Superior. He and Ellery also enjoy spending time with family and friends, both at home and in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, enjoying the peaceful and relaxing aura the U.P. offers.