Real Estate

Property and Contractors Insurance

Insurance Tips for Property Owners and Contractors

When it’s time to make repairs or renovations to your home or business, don’t assume your existing … Continue Reading

Joint Tenants

‘Til Death Do Us Partition: The Critical Difference Between “Joint Tenants” and “Joint Tenants With Full Rights of Survivorship” in Michigan

“Please” and “thank you” may be the “magic words” your mother taught you, but there are also … Continue Reading

Grand Rapids Lawyer Courtney Fisk

Corporate Attorney Courtney E. Schlipp Fisk Joins Kreis Enderle’s Grand Rapids Office

We are pleased to announce Courtney E. Schlipp Fisk has joined Kreis Enderle as an associate attorney … Continue Reading

Jeff Swenarton Michigan Real Estate Lawyer

Michigan Lawyers Weekly Names Jeff Swenarton to Its First-Ever List of “Go To Lawyers” in Real Estate and Condo Law

We are thrilled to announce shareholder Jeff Swenarton has been selected to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s inaugural listing … Continue Reading

Restrict Covenants

Michigan Community Associations With Older Property Restrictions Must Act Now to Retain Those Limitations

Last year, Michigan enacted a real estate law that could have a profound impact on the continued … Continue Reading

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Why the Michigan Supreme Court’s Definition of a “Modular Home” Matters in All Real Estate Transactions

As real estate lawyers, we know that clarity, thoroughness, and precision are indispensable elements of the documentation … Continue Reading

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Construction Lien Claim Filings Should Move Forward During Michigan’s Coronavirus Crisis

As Michigan businesses sift through the meaning and applications of Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-21 (COVID-19), … Continue Reading

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HUD Notice Seeks to Clarify Questions Regarding Service Animals and Housing Discrimination Against the Disabled

Millions of Americans with a range of disabilities and health conditions rely on assistance animals for their … Continue Reading

Do Trustees, Personal Representatives, Conservators, and Guardians Need to Provide a Seller’s Disclosure Statement When Selling a Home in Michigan?

If you have ever sold real estate in Michigan – specifically a home with one to four … Continue Reading

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Condominium Living: Be Prepared to Abide by the Rules

Looking for a starter home, searching for the home of your dreams, or downsizing for retirement? There … Continue Reading

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