Harbor Springs, MI:

Ramer & Moore P.C.

Ramer & Moore P.C.
  • Harbor Springs, MI
  • First Community Bank Building, One Hundred Spring Street, P.O. Box 5, Harbor Springs, MI 49740
  • Commercial Litigation, Real Estate, Trusts & Estates, Wills & Probate and Municipal Law are our concentrated areas of practice.
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About our Harbor Springs, MI: office

The firm of Ramer & Moore P.C. is the longest established firm in Harbor Springs, having been formed by James T. Ramer in 1975 as a sole practitioner. Joel B. Moore joined the firm in 1984. Frederick L. Schmoll III and Webb F. Martin merged into the firm in 2007. The firm is an integral part of the Petoskey and Harbor Springs legal community and also works throughout Charlevoix, Antrim, and Cheboygan counties. The firm emphasizes excellence in client service and in its relationships with other attorneys and professionals.

The firm is also listed in Martindale-Hubbell's Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, concentrating in Commercial Litigation and Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probate.

Office Details

Contact Information:
231-526-6214  Phone
231-526-9343  Fax
www.ramermoore.com
Mailing Address:
First Community Bank Building, One Hundred Spring Street, P.O. Box 5, Harbor Springs, MI 49740
Office Size:
3
Year Established:
1975
Languages:
French.
Payment Information:
  • Fixed Hourly Rates
  • Fixed Fees Available
  • Clients
    Representative Clients: City of Harbor Springs; Roaring Brook Assn.; Forest Beach Assn.; Birchwood Farms Property Owners Assn.; Pride Hunters & Jumpers, Inc.; Black Forest Farm.
    Clients
    REPRESENTATIVE CLIENTS: City of Harbor Springs; First Community Bank; Roaring Brook Assn.; Forest Beach Assn.; Birchwood Farms Property Owners Assn.; Bay Harbor Yacht Club; Pride Hunters & Jumpers, Inc.; LochenHeath Golf Club; Black Forest Farm; Cross Village Township; Harbor Springs-Petoskey Area Airport Authority; Little Traverse Conservancy; Bay Street Cottages Association; Breakers East Association; Cottage Company of Harbor Springs; Glenn Beach Association; L' Arbre Croche Club; Traverse Trace Association; Wequetonsing Association; Wequetonsing Golf Club; The Pinnacle Group.
    Reference: First Community Bank, Harbor Springs, Michigan.
    Office Hours:
    Monday
    07:30 AM - 05:00 PM
    Tuesday
    07:30 AM - 05:00 PM
    Wednesday
    07:30 AM - 05:00 PM
    Thursday
    07:30 AM - 05:00 PM
    Friday
    07:30 AM - 05:00 PM
    Saturday
    By Appointment
    Sunday
    By Appointment

    Areas of Practice (13)

    Specific Areas of Practice for our Harbor Springs office:

    • Civil Trial Practice
    • Real Estate
    • Zoning Law
    • Land Use
    • Corporate Law
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Commercial Collections
    • Taxation
    • Probate
    • Estate Planning
    • Wills
    • Trust Law
    • Municipal Law

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    • Commercial Law

    • Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probate

    Harbor Springs, Michigan

    • Harbor Springs, MI
      First Community Bank Building , One Hundred Spring Street , P.O. Box 5
      Harbor Springs, MI 49740

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