D. Douglas Alexander


Doug worked as an associate attorney in a small firm before going into practice for himself in 1980. Doug immediately focused his practice on community association and general real estate law, eventually growing his practice to ten attorneys representing over 700 community associations throughout Michigan. Doug has successfully litigated cases involving complex construction defects, collection matters and restriction enforcement. He enjoys spending time with his family and going outdoors.


  • Drafting and interpreting community association governing documents
  • Community association governance and operations
  • Community association restriction enforcement and assessment collections
  • Review, negotiation and drafting of residential and commercial contracts


  • University of Michigan, bachelor’s in economics, 1975
  • Wayne State University Law School, 1978

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