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Construction Law Michigan

In today’s economic climate, you simply cannot afford to squander resources, whether you are building one structure or a hundred, or simply trying to convince a builder to deliver the product you paid for and expected. No matter where you fit into the picture, Makower Abbate Guerra Wegner Vollmer PLLC can guide you through the maze that is modern construction law.

State law including regulations and licensing requirements can be a pitfall for the unwary, and can also serve to bring the unscrupulous or defective builder to justice. Lien laws require intimate knowledge of their operation, whether you are a subcontractor seeking payment or a homeowner trying to clear title to your property. The difference between a successful construction project and an unprofitable one can sometimes hinge upon a single provision in a contract that might escape the untrained eye.

You would not hire a builder unless you were certain he or she knows the business end of a saw, and all things being equal, you would prefer to enlist the services of a master builder. You should also not hire attorneys for your construction needs unless you are absolutely certain that they know the tools of their trade. When you retain Makower Abbate Guerra Wegner Vollmer PLLC, you can rest assured that not only they have been using those tools to great success for decades, but Mark Makower, Nat Abbate, Wayne Wegner and Doug Alexander have earned the State Bar of Michigan’s distinction of being named Master Lawyers and each has earned recognition in this highly complex field. Your construction needs demand the best: experts in the field of Michigan construction law.


Construction Law Michigan


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