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Main Office:
44670 Ann Arbor Road
Suite 170
Plymouth, MI 48170

(734) 459-0062
(734) 459-5313 fax

Macomb Office:
75 N. Main St.
Suite 300
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043

(586) 465-1330
(586) 493-9453 fax

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Lansing Office:
124 W Allegan St
Suite 100
Lansing, MI 48933

Detroit Office:
One Woodward Avenue
Suite 1550
Detroit, MI 48226

Grand Rapids Office:
125 Ottawa Avenue NW
Suite 153
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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Michigan Corporate Law Attorneys

Condominiums, cooperatives and homeowners associations are usually organized as non-profit corporations. Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of the Nonprofit Corporation Act, including the substantial revisions that were incorporated into the Act in 2015.

We assist our association clients in addressing the myriad of issues that they can face as non-profit corporations, including (but not limited to) the following:

  • Assisting associations in taking measures to protect volunteer directors and officers against possible liability that they might incur as a result of serving on the board, such as amending the association’s governing documents to including protections against liability as permitted by the Nonprofit Corporation Act.

  • Assisting boards with the preparation and filing of documentation to meet the state’s requirements for non-profit corporations, including annual reports, articles of incorporation, and amendments.

  • General counseling regarding the requirements of Michigan’s corporate laws, such as the need to observe corporate formalities (e.g., quorum), the requirements for valid meetings of a corporation’s board of directors and/or membership, and the proper taking of minutes.

  • Organizational issues, including the filing of the necessary documentation to create the corporation.

  • Bylaw issues, including adoption, amendment, interpretation and enforcement.

  • Counseling the Board of Directors on how to properly respond to member requests to inspect the association’s books, records and financial statements.

In addition to our work with non-profit corporations, our attorneys also have experience creating corporations for small businesses.

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  Zelmanski, Danner & Fioritto, PLLC
44670 Ann Arbor Road, Suite 170
Plymouth, MI 48170