Oakland County Real Estate Lawyer
Serving all of Oakland County, including Clarkston, Davisburg, Waterford, White Lake, Milford, Highland, Commerce Township, and all surrounding areas
Our law firm assists clients in commercial closings and development, residential real estate sales and development, office development, and foreclosures in both the commercial and residential real estate markets. We have the knowledge and experience to conduct a thorough review of the chain of title on a parcel of real property. The firm represents clients in both the purchase and sale of improved and vacant property.
Our Oakland County real estate lawyers are knowledgeable in all types of real estate proceedings and can prosecute boundary disputes and quiet title actions to settle a cloud on the title to a parcel of your real estate. The firm’s partners currently serve and have served as counsel for a variety of municipalities in Oakland County, Michigan. This experience provides us with the ability to address zoning and land use disputes on behalf of our private clients.
We are also skilled at drafting and negotiating construction contracts, development agreements, master deeds, and easements in both the residential and commercial real estate markets.
Our firm also is experienced in representing landowners in landlord-tenant disputes.
In the years of the Great Recession, many of our divorce, estate planning, and real estate clients have been forced to consider a short sale or foreclosure. Our firm is now well-versed in representing both lenders and borrowers in this context. Our knowledge of the real estate law in this area ensures that our clients know their options.
Contact an Oakland County Real Estate Lawyer at Clarkston Legal Today
Whatever your real estate needs may be, when you need legal counsel, our law firm’s reasonable legal fees and flexible payment options will minimize the overall costs of your real estate transaction. We will work to provide you with the peace of mind that comes with a comprehensive resolution that protects your real property interests.