Our real estate attorneys represent clients on all sides of real estate matters
The real estate attorneys at Lennon, Miller, O’Connor & Bartosiewicz, PLC, are experienced and practical. We have represented many real estate developers, contractors, land buyers, and land sellers. We work with clients to interpret, create, and defend easements and property line disputes. Zoning issues and compliance with local ordinances are frequent matters we address. Rights and access along roadways and Michigan’s waters are important and greatly affect taxable values and the enjoyable use of people’s properties. Property tax matters and property valuations are critically important in many circumstances.
We represent buyers, sellers, and realtors when property changes hands. We represent owners and contractors in various construction projects. We represent dominant and servient estates in easement and land-use disputes. We regularly work with appraisers and surveyors. We represent neighbors in adverse possession claims and boundary location questions.
We have represented individuals buying their first house and homeowners selling their lifelong residence. We have represented Personal Representatives and Trustees selling the real estate as part of a decedent’s affairs. We have represented businesses and entities buying and selling millions of dollars of commercial property in a single or a multi-tiered transaction.
We have drafted leases and property use agreements for our clients as both landlords and as tenants, depending on their situation. We have worked with clients to evict their tenants; and sometimes with our clients to avoid an eviction.
We are familiar with mortgage documents, land contracts, and sales agreements. We can address construction liens, mortgages, and other real estate securities issues. We work with title companies to research and pass along (or acquire) the proper title.
We take pride in being prompt in our response and thorough in our efforts to advise our clients through the issues they face whether they are straight-forward or complex.
- Land Use and Zoning
- Commercial Real Estate Development and Transactions
- Site Acquisition Issues
- Construction Law
- Environmental Issues
- Commercial Lending and Financing
- Condemnation Proceedings
- Complex Real Estate Litigation