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Brown Borkowski & Morrow - Farmington Hills, MI

37887 West Twelve Mile RoadSuite A Farmington Hills, MI 48331

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Updated: 01/24/2022

Farmington Hills Business and corporate law Firm

Our office remains open, and in response to COVID-19 we have expanded our options for remote consultations and virtual meetings. Please contact our office to discuss what meeting option best fits your situation. Call 888-757-1681.


At Brown Borkowski & Morrow in Farmington Hills, Michigan, "experienced, successful and responsive" are not mere words, but part of our mission statement. Since our law firm was established in 1972, our Michigan lawyers have been dedicated to providing individual and small business clients with legal advice that is honest and effective. We offer a wide range of services...

About Brown Borkowski & Morrow

Practice Areas

  • Business and corporate law
  • Business disputes
  • Banking litigation
  • Credit union law
  • Insurance law
  • Estate planning
  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Estate administration
  • Probate
  • Gifting
  • Medical power of attorney
  • Tax planning
  • Joint property pitfalls
  • Real estate law


  • 75%




  • Burton H. Schwartz, Administrator


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


37887 West Twelve Mile RoadSuite A Farmington Hills, MI 48331


  • 248-553-9107 (Litigation Fax)
  • 248-553-7944 (Corporate Fax)

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