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Kent County, MI Land use and zoning lawyers (12 results)

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  • Kent County Land use and zoning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.7  
    Licensed
    Review: “Mr. Martin serves as our primary contact and counsel for legal issues for the Grand Haven Area Public Schools. Dan is thorough in his research and quick to respond. Additionally, Dan is able to provide clear and definitiv...
  • Kent County Land use and zoning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 8.9  
    Licensed
    A graduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Wayne State Law, Ms. Pollicella has been a licensed, practicing Michigan attorney for 19 years, with a primary focus on business transactions, mergers & acquisitions, real estate, labor & emp...
  • Kent County Land use and zoning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.2  
    Licensed
    Raised in northern Michigan, Jim is a 2002 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and has developed significant experience in the areas of public sector litigation, criminal and civil ordinance enforcement, and tax and election matter...
  • Kent County Land use and zoning Attorney
    Licensed
    John Devries has been licensed for 48 years and handles cases in Environmental and Natural Resources, Land Use & Zoning, Litigation. This attorney attended The University of Michigan Law School and has an office in Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Kent County Land use and zoning Attorney
    Licensed
    William Holzwarth is a Real Estate, Business, Corporate & Incorporation, Land Use & Zoning attorney who attended Pepperdine University School of Law, Los Angeles. This attorney practices out of San Bernardino, CA and has been licensed for 50 years.
  • Kent County Land use and zoning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 6.3  
    Licensed
    Justin Wheeler approaches each case with diligence and skepticism. His five-point mantra in any matter is 1) assume nothing 2) question everything 3) open your eyes 4) challenge the opposition and 5) think for yourself. Justin has unique insights ...