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Top Pellston Real Estate Lawyers - Michigan

Focusing our practice on condominium and HOA law, our team at Hirzel Law, PLC, provides dedicated guidance and counsel to clients in Farmington, Michigan, as well as throughout the surrounding areas. Offering responsive service and cutting-edge solutions, our law firm guides condominium and homeowner associations through a range of matters, so they can focus on the betterment of the community....

  • With meeting space in Elk Rapids, Brandt, Fisher, Alward & Pezzetti, is the largest independent firm in northern Michigan, offering deep knowledge and experience in the areas of banking and creditors’ rights, corporate and business law, and construction and real estate. Our reputation is as a law firm that understands the challenges and realities of business today. Our attorneys have...

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    Here at the law firm of Smith & Johnson, we help those in Traverse City, Michigan, as we provide legal representation for matters of business law, personal injury, construction law, criminal defense, employment law, estate planning, wills, trusts, family law and real estate law. We have been in the area since 1974 and offer over four decades of experience to those who are dealing with complex...

  • At the Demorest Law Firm in Royal Oak, Michigan, our highly experienced attorneys are dedicated to all things business. Not only do we serve as outside general counsel for numerous small- and medium-sized businesses, but we also help larger companies and individuals with specific projects. We are a full-service business law firm whose attorneys are exceptionally skilled and adept in the following...

  • Hall & Bolles, P.C., in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, has established a reputation as a knowledgeable, versatile and respected law firm serving the needs of individual and business clients in Central Michigan. Our attorneys — Thomas W. Hall Jr., and Becky J. Bolles — have more than 70 years of combined professional, general practice experience in primary practice areas including family...

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