Remo Mark Grua


Born: Lansing, Michigan, December 15, 1950; Admitted to Bar, 1976, Michigan. Married (Linda); with 2 children (Seth and Adam).


K-12 East Lansing, Michigan Received Bachelor of Arts Degree from Michigan State University School of Business (with honors) in 1973 Fulfilled requirements for Juris Doctor from University of Detroit in 1976. Engaged in private practice of law since 1977. Completed State Civil Mediation Training and Certification Requirements.

Professional Memberships

Ingham County Bar Association; Real Property Law Section State Bar of Michigan; Member Title and Conveyancing Section of Real Property Law Section; Probate Section State Bar of Michigan; State Bar of Michigan; Christian Legal Society.

Representative Clients

Shopping Center and Commercial/Residential property owners, municipalities, developers, landlords, builders, contractors, brokers and realtors, title companies and agents, churches, people who need help planning or administering their estates, closely-held and family businesses. Experience negotiating with national and credit tenants and lenders, residential real estate transactions and closings with or without realtors, business transactions, and asset transfers.


Played football for Duffy Daugherty at Michigan State University; Potsy Ross Award Recipient (presented to a football scholar-athlete for outstanding contributions on the field and in the classroom); former member of MSU Varsity Alumni "S" Club Board of Directors and served as Club President. Currently a Life Member. Former Member MSU Athletic Council; 1990 "Alumnus" Member on the Spartan Athletic Review Committee ("SpARC"). Former Member and Chair of Council of Elders, The Peoples Church of East Lansing; New Pastor Search Committee; City of East Lansing Charter Review Task Force. Enjoys family, friends, sports, national parks, fresh roasted coffee, and God's grace.

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate
  • Business Transactions
  • Probate
  • Corporate & LLC matters
  • Wills & Trusts
  • Municipal Law
  • Mediation and Facilitation