Scott Mancinelli | Mancinelli Goeman Law Group | Zeeland Michigan | Legal Attorney

Scott Mancinelli

Scott graduated with a bachelor of arts in political science in 1990 from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and a Juris Doctor in 1994 from the University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene, Oregon.

Upon graduating from law school, Scott practiced civil litigation, bankruptcy and employment law in Los Angeles and Orange County California until 2000, when he returned to West Michigan. Scott joined the law firm of Coupe, Van Allsburg & Pater, P.C., in 2000 where he practiced business litigation, consumer bankruptcy, personal injury, and criminal defense, until he joined the firm of Steven E. Bratschie & Associates, P.C., in December 2002 (now Bratschie&Born P.C.).  In July of 2014 he joined Hoesch & Vander Ploeg, P.L.C. to broaden their litigation and collections practice, before opening Mancinelli Goeman Law Group, PC with Dan Goeman. In 2014 he was a founding member of Michigan Receivable Management, LLC a debt purchasing company where he was Chief Purchasing and Compliance Officer.

Dan Goeman | Mancinelli Goeman Law Group | Zeeland Michigan | Legal Attorney

Dan Goeman

Daniel J. Goeman (and his identical twin brother) were born on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 1968, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and raised in Grandville, Michigan.  Dan obtained his bachelor’s degree from Hope College, focusing on Political Science, Economics and Religion.  Dan then worked as a mortgage banker for several years in Grand Rapids, Michigan, before attending law school in Indiana at Valparaiso University School of Law at which Dan was a member of the Moot Court (Honor) Society and earned his Juris Doctorate in 1996.  

After completing his legal education, Dan was admitted to the Indiana State Bar and to the United States Federal Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.  Dan then practiced law just outside Chicago, Illinois, focusing on civil litigation (defending clients that included US Steel and Speedway SuperAmerica) and real estate development (that included representing numerous local government redevelopment commissions and related agencies).  While practicing in Indiana, Dan served for several years as Judge Pro Tempore in Lake County, Indiana.