Kevin M. Hirzel graduated cum laude from the University of Detroit Mercy School of... more
Kevin M. Hirzel graduated cum laude from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law where he was a member of the law review, served as a title editor on law review and was inducted into the UDM Moot Court Hall of Fame. While in law school, Mr. Hirzel also served as a law clerk at the Macomb County Probate Court. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan, United States District ... view profile
Rick Delonis has represented small to large sized businesses in litigation matters... more
Rick Delonis has represented small to large sized businesses in litigation matters in state and federal trial courts, appellate courts and arbitration. In addition to his litigation experience, Mr. Delonis has counseled clients in entity formation and organization, joint ventures, management, operations, commercial transactions, dispute resolution and dissolution. He has served as general couns... view profile
I have been doing General Practice Litigation in many areas of law since 1996 in... more
I have been doing General Practice Litigation in many areas of law since 1996 in Metro-Detroit and Southeast Michigan. I focus on individuals and small businesses with that personal attention so often missing in legal representation. My clients always enjoy the ability to reach me as soon as possible and I pride my practice on open and prompt communication. I have offices in Novi, Troy, Bloomfi... view profile
I am an attorney with the firm of Alexander Zelmanski, PLLC located in Plymouth,... more
I am an attorney with the firm of Alexander Zelmanski, PLLC located in Plymouth, Michigan. Our firm specializes in all aspects of condominium law and related issues, including collection of unpaid assessments and lien foreclosures. Our firm has been representing condominium associations for nearly 30 years in the southeastern Michigan area. I have been with the firm since 2003.
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