Brian H. Jean was born and raised in Bay County. He was homeschooled throughout his primary years, which gives him a unique perspective. Brian attended Central Michigan University, graduating with a Bachelor's Degree at 20. He then attended Ave Maria School of Law, being taught by some of the top legal minds in the country.
During his time in Law School, he interned for the Wayne County Prosecutor, prosecuting serious felonies. After graduating, he returned to Bay County to raise his family, and serve the community. Brian resides in Bay County and is a Williams Township Trustee; where he espouses limited government ideals. In addition, Mr. Jean serves on the Board of Directors for Midland's Chemical City Paper.
Brian is our Child Protective Services (CPS) and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) expert. He knows how tough the system can be on families and their children, and he will fight that system every step of the way.
His zealous representation of parents against CPS has earned him a reputation sought all over the state. He frequently is able to defeat a CPS investigation before it begins and has helped many families remain intact from the intruding reach of the government. Besides this niche, Brian also practices in the following areas:
Brian has been a sought-after litigator that takes a client-centered approach to cases.