New lawyer sworn in by Barry County chief judge
Abigail L. Stover is sworn in to the practice of law in Hastings May 17 in Barry County Chief Judge William Doherty's court. Stover was born in Flint and attended Hale High School, graduating in 2010. She received a choir and orchestra scholarship and attended Alma College, graduating in 2013. She then spent a year volunteering for AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America, providing learning projects for various school systems in mid-Michigan. Then she attended Western Michigan University’s Cooley School of Law, graduating in 2017. She and her husband, Ryan, live in Caledonia. She has worked at Longstreet Elder Law and Estate Planning, PC, in Hastings since 2018. She focuses on estate planning, elder law and Medicaid planning services.