Canton

The charter township of Canton is on the western edge of Wayne County and the eastern edge of the 734 area code. With a population of 90,173 people, Canton is the eleventh-largest community in Michigan. The majority of Cantonís residents are families who have chosen to live in Canton because they prefer the suburban atmosphere of the township. These families generate a sizable amount of work for the attorneys who are general civil practitioners and family law practitioners, who serve the community by fulfilling their personal needs like estate planning and creating divorce settlements.

Canton is largely a suburb of both Ann Arbor and Detroit, and many people commute to Ann Arbor and Detroit for work. That being said, the largest industries of Cantonís economy are manufacturing, retail, and distribution. Some of Cantonís largest employers are Yazakai North America, A. D. Transport Express, and Sysco Detroit. Canton is also home to a number of big box stores, such as Walmart, Ikea, and Home Depot that serve the retail needs of those living in the rest of the 734 area code.

Attorneys and other professionals who prefer to play cricket over any other sport or are anglophiles often play in the Ford Motor Company Cricket Club. Teenagers living in the 734 area code enjoy participating in the Teen Nights Out at the BLOCK Youth and Teen Center, which offer supervised activities for teenagers in a safe and secure environment. Classical music aficionados working in the legal profession never miss a performance by the Michigan Philharmonic at the Village Theater at Cherry Hill. Children from all over the 734 area code look forward to dining with Santa at Cantonís annual Santa Brunch.

Members of the legal community who frequently carve time out of their schedules for golfing excursions regularly schedule tee times at Cantonís two golf courses, the Pheasant Run Golf Club and the Fellows Creek Golf Club. Artists residing in the 734 area code routinely enter their artwork in the annual Canton Fine Arts Exhibition in hopes that they will win the ďbest in showĒ cash prize. Lawyers who are fascinated by thought-provoking public art regularly stroll along Ford Road and contemplate the arts structures that line both sides of the street.