Bloomfield Hills, MI Housing Law Attorneys

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  • Richard J. Burstein
  • Partner at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP
  • Bloomfield Hills, MI U.S.A.
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Housing Law in Bloomfield Hills, MI

A housing law attorney can represent several kinds of clients--including tenants, homeowners and landlords--in a variety of cases. Homeowners should seek the advice and counsel of housing lawyers for assistance buying or selling a home, if you are facing foreclosure or if you are the victim of mortgage fraud. Housing attorneys may also represent either tenants who are facing eviction proceedings and landlords seeking to evict a tenant. Housing law firms can also defend tenants who are residents in low-income housing, affordable housing, subsidized housing or public house and are facing eviction or other legal actions.