OUR TEAM

Christopher T. Fischer

Christopher T. Fischer began his legal career working as a law clerk for several notable persons. These individuals include former United States attorneys Christopher Andreoff, Brian Legghio, Ken Corbett, in addition to the well-known criminal defense attorney Neil Fink, current State Senator Peter J. Lucido, and Macomb County Circuit Judge Joseph Toia. Mr. Fischer was admitted to the bar in 1994, where soon after he worked for over ten years as an attorney at Lucido & Fischer, P.C. After ten years of hard work and gaining a variety of legal experience and understanding, Mr. Fischer made the decision in 2004 to start his own firm with the help of Daniel Garon, Vincent Hoyumpa, and Rachel Rancilio, now the Honorable Rachel Rancilio, forming what is now Fischer Garon Hoyumpa.

 

For over 25 years, Mr. Fischer has familiarized himself with a wide range of law, including family law, criminal law, and license restoration. Mr. Fischer has extensive experience handling divorce proceedings, custody and support matters, as well as any other related family matter. He understands the sensitive nature surrounding this area of law and wholeheartedly devotes his time and understanding to each client. Mr. Fischer regularly handles felonies, misdemeanors, civil infractions, and expungements. He also focuses his practice on appeals to the Driver’s License Appeal Division. Mr. Fischer practices within the Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair, and Wayne County areas.

 

Mr. Fischer currently resides in Macomb County, with his wife Suzan Fischer, who is a clinical therapist, owning her own clinic in the city of Mount Clemens, and his two school-aged children. He is very passionate about sports and enjoys playing golf in his spare time. He currently coaches youth sports and enjoys traveling with his family. Mr. Fischer is the president of the St. Mary School Booster Club and often spends his time coaching their basketball teams. He is also a Clinton Valley youth baseball coach.

 

Education:

  • De La Salle High School, graduated in 1987

  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, graduated in 1991 

  • Wayne State University Law School, graduated in 1994 

 

Memberships/Associations

  • American Bar Association

  • License to practice in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, the Michigan Court of Appeals and the Michigan Supreme Court

  • Macomb County Bar Association

  • Macomb County Bar Foundation

  • State Bar of Michigan

Daniel N. Garon

Daniel N. Garon was admitted to the bar in 1989 and worked independently for over 15 years. Having gained a vast and varied legal knowledge, in 2004 Mr. Garon joined with Christopher Fischer, Vincent Hoyumpa, and Judge Rachel Rancilio, forming what is now Fischer Garon Hoyumpa.

 

For over 30 years, Mr. Garon has taken on a variety of major criminal and civil matters, with significant trial experience in handling felonies ranging from Murder and all Capital Felonies to misdemeanor cases of all degrees. He also handles civil disputes related to business law, breach of contract claims, personal injury, auto-accident, and similar matters. Regardless of the type of matter presented to him, Mr. Garon devotes his time and expertise to each client, offering legal advice, support and options to his clients to help them get through difficult situations.

 

Mr. Garon currently resides in Macomb County with his family, enjoys an occasional round of golf and boating with his children on the Great Lakes. Mr. Garon devotes a substantial amount of time raising funds and participating with Special Olympics of Michigan and Water Warriors, a civic fund-raising partner of SOMI.

 

Education

  • Paradise Area High School, graduated in 1981

  • Michigan State University, graduated in 1985 

  • Detroit College of Law, graduated in 1988

 

Memberships/Associations

  • License to practice in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Michigan Court of Appeals and the Michigan Supreme Court

  • Macomb County Bar Association

  • State Bar of Michigan 

  • State Bar of Ohio (currently inactive)

Vincent P. Hoyumpa

Vincent P. Hoyumpa began his legal career as a law clerk to current State Senator, Peter J. Lucido. After being admitted to the bar in 1996, he continued his career at Lucido & Fischer P.C. as an associate attorney. For seven years, Mr. Hoyumpa consistently devoted his time to meet the client’s needs and zealously advise them of their legal rights. After gaining experience and expanding his legal knowledge, Mr. Hoyumpa decided to start his own firm with the help of Christopher Fischer, Daniel Garon, and Judge Rachel Rancilio, forming what is now Fischer Garon Hoyumpa.

 

For almost 25 years, Mr. Hoyumpa has successfully worked on a variety of cases ranging from civil and criminal law. His practice focuses on contract law, corporate law/business law, real estate, personal injury, probate matters (estates, preparation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney), as well as felonies, misdemeanors, and civil infractions. Mr. Hoyumpa practices law throughout the Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair, and Wayne County areas.

 

Mr. Hoyumpa currently resides in Macomb County with his wife and four kids. He is Chief Operating Officer/General Counsel for Priority Waste, LLC, the fastest growing waste company in the Midwest and is a licensed real estate broker. In his spare time, Mr. Hoyumpa enjoys traveling with his four children to their soccer tournaments, where he also acts as Vice President to the United Soccer League.

 

Education:

  • Notre Dame High School, graduated in 1990 

  • University of Detroit Mercy, graduated in 1993 

  • Wayne State University Law School, graduated in 1996 

 

Memberships/Associations

  • License to practice in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, the Federal Court for the Western District of Michigan, the Michigan Court of Appeals and the Michigan Supreme Court

  • State Bar of Michigan – Business and Probate Law

Grace J. Crivello 

Grace J. Crivello was admitted to the bar in 2013. While in law school, Ms. Crivello worked as an Equal Justice American fellow at Legal Service of Eastern Michigan in Flint, where she focused on assisting low income clients with domestic matters. She also interned with the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office in the Abuse and Neglect Division in the summer before her third year. Ms. Crivello began her legal career as an intake attorney at the Counsel and Advocacy Law line of Lakeshore Legal Aid. She then moved into a litigation position as an elder law attorney in the Macomb County office of Lakeshore Legal Aid in September 2015.

 

Ms. Crivello joined Fischer Garon Hoyumpa in 2017 as an Associate Attorney, where she focuses on civil litigation. Her scope of practice ranges from shareholder oppression claims, business court claims, contract disputes, collection cases, and probate litigation. She practices mainly within the Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair, and Wayne County areas. Ms. Crivello currently resides in Oakland County with her husband and their cat, Maureen. 

 

Education:

  • University of Dayton, graduated in 2010 

  • Michigan State University College of Law, graduated in 2013 

 

Memberships/Associations:

  • License to practice in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan

  • Macomb County Bar Association

  • Michigan State Bar Association

  • State Bar of Michigan – Litigation, Probate and Estate, Young Lawyers

  • Macomb County Bar Association – Young Lawyer Section Board of Directors 

CONTACT US

 Law Offices of Fischer, Garon & Hoyumpa

48 Market St Suite 2B, Mt Clemens, MI 48043​

Tel: (586) 466-1200
 

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