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Myers & Myers, PLLC - Howell, MI

915 N. Michigan Ave. Howell, MI 48843

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Updated: 11/04/2022

Howell Business & Commercial Law Firm


Myers & Myers, PLLC is a full-service business law firm specializing in real estate, commercial litigation, corporate law, and creditors' rights. The Firm has attained the AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest designation for legal ethics and ability and was selected for the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers based on its rating by other lawyers...

About Myers & Myers, PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Business & Commercial Law
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Appellate Law
  • Banking and Loan Enforcement Actions
  • Constitutional Law
  • Corporate Formation and Transactions
  • Creditor Rights/Creditor Bankruptcy
  • Distressed Company Work-Outs
  • Real Estate Law
  • Real Estate litigation
  • Real Estate Transactions; Commercial and Residential
  • Zoning and Land Use


  • 70%


  • Kelly A. Myers, Michigan Super Lawyers, 2008
  • Roger L. Myers, Michigan Super Lawyer, 2008
  • Roger L. Myers, Michigan Super Lawyer, 2007

Published Works

  • Parent Corporation Liability for the CERCLA Debt of its Insolvent Subsidiary, 69 Univ of Det Mercy L Rev93, 1991
  • Contingent Fees: To Tax or Not To Tax?, Michigan Bar Journal, October, 2004

Classes and Seminars

  • Loan Workout and Collateral Liquidation in Michigan, Lorman Education Services, 2002
  • Selected Topics in Structuring and Operating a Business in Michigan, Lorman Education Services, 2003
  • Professional Retention and Compensation Issues in Business and Consumer Bankruptcy Cases, American Bankruptcy Institute, 2004
  • Litigation Skills - Consumer: Valuation, Evidence, Burden of Proof, American Bankruptcy Institute, 2007
  • Lease-Purchase: What are the Options?, Home Builders Association of Livingston County, 2007
  • Federal Bar Association, W.D. Michigan, 2007
  • Foreclosure and Leasing Liability, Michigan Association of REALTORS, Broker Summit Conference, 2008
  • Earmarking Issues Arising with New Mortgages and the New Bankruptcy Code, Michigan Real Property Law Section State of Michigan, "Groundbreaker" Breakfast Roundtable, 2008

Pro Bono Activities

  • In re Scott Thompson, Debtor/Defendant
  • In re Blake Turvey, Debtor

Representative Clients

  • LandAmerica Financial Services
  • KeyBank National Association
  • Chestnut Development, LLC
  • Small Business Association of Michigan

Representative Cases

  • Paragon Properties Co v City of Novi, 452 Mich 568; 550 NW2d 772 (1996)
  • Green Oak Twp v Munzel, 225 Mich App 235; 661 NW2d 243 (2003)
  • Michigan Division-Monument Builders of North America v Michigan Cemetery Ass'n, 458 F Supp 2d 474, 2006-2 Trade Cases P 75, 515 (2006)
  • V Jacobs & Sons v Saginaw County Dept of Public Health, 284 F Supp 2d 711 (ED Mich 2003) (2003)
  • Holloway Const Co v Oakland County Bd of County Road Comm'rs, 450 Mich 603; 543 NW2d 923 (1996)
  • Wineman v Durkee Lakes Hunting & Fishing Club, Inc., 352 F Supp 2d 815 (ED Mich 2005) (2005)
  • Lim v Chase Home Finance, LLC, et at. (In re Comps), 334 BR 235 (Bankr ED Mich 2005) (2005)
  • Encore Credit Corp. v Lim (In re Young), --BR--; 2007 WL 2221399 (ED Mich July 31, 2007) (2007)
  • Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp v Shapiro (In re Lee), 339 BR 165 (ED Mich 2006) (2006)
  • Adams Outdoor Advertising v City of Lansing, 463 Mich 17, 614 NW2d 634 (2000)
  • Oakland County Treasurer v Title Office, Inc, 245 Mich App 196, 627 NW2d 317 (2001)
  • Meoli v Heartwell Mortgage Corp, et a. (In re Hoggard), 330 BR 595 (Bankr WD Mich 2005) (2005)
  • Gold v New Century Mortgage Corp (In re Salinitro), 335 BR 15 (Bankr ED Mich 2006) (2006)
  • Camacho v HomEq Servicing Corp (In re Camacho), 311 BR 186 (Bankr ED Mich 2004) (2004)
  • Kohut v Wells Fargo Bank (In re Pankey), --B.R.--, 2007 WL 2141949 (Bankr ED Mich July 25) (2007)
  • New Century Mortgage Corp (In re Ammar), 368 BR 629 (Bankr ED Mich 2007) (2007)


  • Mr. Gary T. Nickerson, Sr., Brighton Commerce Bank
  • Patrick Hanniford, CPA, Pfeffer, Hanniford & Palka
  • Mr. David Pothier, Livingston Community Bank
  • Joseph Birchmeier, Northwestern Mutual





Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


915 N. Michigan Ave. Howell, MI 48843

Office Hours

8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.


  • 517-540-1701

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