Harbor Springs, MI Real Estate Attorneys

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  • Neil A. Marzella
  • Principal at Neil Marzella Law Office
  • Harbor Springs, MI U.S.A.
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  • Dennis W. Bila II
  • Member at Jelinek Bila & Snabes, PLLC
  • Harbor Springs, MI U.S.A.
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  • Wayne Richard Smith
  • Member at Wayne Richard Smith
  • Harbor Springs, MI U.S.A.
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  • Lester N. Turner
  • Member at Lester N. Turner, P.C.
  • Harbor Springs, MI U.S.A.
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Real Estate in Harbor Springs, MI

Real estate attorneys can help individuals, families and small business with all property-related legal issues. Buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate should work with an attorney to negotiate the terms of agreement; draft and review the contract; review related paperwork (such as loan agreements); clear existing liens on a property; and attend the closing. Lawyers can also assist property owners with addressing zoning/rezoning issues and appealing property tax assessment. Landlords and tenants should work with real estate law firms to draft and review lease agreement, handle eviction proceedings and resolve landlord-tenant disputes.