Regardless of whether the real estate market is up or down, bursting or booming — maintaining and protecting your real estate assets remains a high priority. Kline Law’s real estate attorney can in help you to understand your property rights and how to legally protect these valuable assets during times of dispute, damage or transition.
When dealing with residential property purchases or renting situations, including landlord and tenant rights — or commercial leasing, property sales or purchasing assistance — Kline Law can help you make wise decisions and protect yourself long term.
In addition to residential and commercial property law, Kline Law handles issues regarding lake, river and waterfront property, riparian rights, cottage law and rights governing vacation homes and specialty property, including fishing and hunting cabins. Kline Law even works alongside individuals struggling with Condo or Lake Association issues and governance.All of thesehighly complex areas of the law require unique training and knowledge — and the experience that an attorney from Kline Law can deliver.
Kline Law can effectively advise you in numerous areas, including:
- Residential Sales & Leases
- Commercial Sales and Leases
- Riparian Rights & Water Access
- Deeds & Property Transfers
- Waterfront Property Rights
- Easements & Licenses
- Boundary Line & Use Disputes
- Lake, Homeowners & Condo Association Law
The next time you plan to purchase land or property, need to evict a tenant or sell your home — step back first and think about the cost of the investment involved — and consider speaking with an experienced real estate lawyer first. Whether you are a landlord or tenant, buyer or seller, commercial property owner or landlord, homeowner or lender, or need a building for your business — Kline Law will work with you to achieve the best outcome for your specific Michigan real estate or property needs.
Protect your property rights with an experienced real estate attorney who can help you understand the complicated and ever-changing tenets of property law in Michigan. Before you can protect your rights, you need to know what they are and how they affect your specific situation.
If you need advice and assistance from attorneys who understand Michigan real estate or property law, contact the real estate property law attorney at Kline Law or call our office directly at 616.719.7603.