Ann Arbor, MI Property Tax Attorneys

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  • Bruce H. Benz
  • Member at Whitker & Benz PC
  • Ann Arbor, MI U.S.A.
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  • James C. Adams
  • Shareholder at Butzel Long, A Professional Corporation
  • Ann Arbor, MI U.S.A.
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  • Elise Hyejin Yu
  • Associate at Schiff Hardin LLP
  • Ann Arbor, MI U.S.A.
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Property Tax in Ann Arbor, MI

In many parts of the country, property taxes are a primary source of revenue for local and county governments. But the process of appraising a property's value and calculating property tax isn't always fair. If you think your property's value has been appraised at too high of a value, then property tax attorneys can gather the necessary information and file an appeal with the local tax authority. If necessary, your lawyers can also file a lawsuit with the appropriate court. Property and real estate taxes are a significant annual expense for many homeowners--often amounting to thousands or tens of thousands of dollars annually. Don't unnecessarily throw money away simply because your home's value has been overassessed. A property tax law firm can help ensure you're paying a fair and accurate tax to the government.