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Meet Thomas J. Wall, Jr., Esq.

T.J. likes to think of his firm as a caring, forward-looking, problem solving resource for legally and financially transitioning families, including today’s young family with small children, as well as individuals at or nearing retirement.

His practice is focused on guiding clients through the complicated and often confusing process of creating plans that balance family and asset protection, preserve wealth and reflect cherished family values.  Through T.J.’s patience and his ability to truly listen to client concerns, he is able to translate his clients’ visions into plans that meet their desires and exceed their expectations, developing lifelong relationships with not only clients, but their families as well.

What Our Clients Say

“Thank you and God bless you for being so pleasant and professional to work with!  We have finally completed a long-standing task and are now completely at peace–you honor your profession!”

Marigene & Stephen Stone (Monroe)

“Mr. Wall is a compassionate man who cares about his clients. He was able to break things down on a “simple” level. This was a lot easier than I had expected and I am so grateful that the Wall Law Group will be there to support my son someday.”

Kathi Scott (Eastpointe)

“We would definitely recommend Tom to our family and friends. He is very personable and friendly, yet entirely professional. We felt that Tom understood our concerns about our previous trusts and was able to re-draft them in clear and understandable language. The rate charged was very reasonable, and we felt that we got great value for our money.”

Paul & Nancy Riethmeier (Farmington Hills)

“We feel T.J. took the time to get to know us, and he treated our matter with respect and professionalism–we had a great experience!”

Billy & Emily McKeogh (Huntington Woods)

“Mr. Wall is a compassionate man who cares about his clients.  He was able to break things down on a “simple” level.  This was a lot easier than I had expected and I am so grateful that the Wall Law Group will be there to support my son someday.”

Kathi Scott (Eastpointe)

“We would definitely recommend Tom to our family and friends.  He is very personable and friendly, yet entirely professional.  We felt that Tom understood our concerns about our previous trusts and was able to re-draft them in clear and understandable language.  The rate charged was very reasonable, and we felt that we got great value for our money.”

Paul & Nancy Riethmeier (Farmington Hills)

“We feel T.J. took the time to get to know us, and he treated our matter with respect and professionalism–we had a great experience!”

Billy & Emily McKeogh (Huntington Woods)

“Tom was so accomodating in his explanations and answers to our questions.  He took the time to familiarize himself with our specific situation, he educated us, and delivered a customized plan.”

John & Katherine Wesch (Marysville)

“We give Tom a 10 for outstanding!  He was able to make the subject/process of estate planning easy to understand.”

Tim & Diane Green (Canton)

“T.J. made it so easy for us, he was very thorough, and we now have peace of mind.”

Aaron & Bonnie DeLaRosa (Waterford)
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