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Edward J. Zelmanski is a partner with the firm. After graduating from the University of Michigan in 1976, he earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit School of Law and has been a member of the Michigan Bar since 1979. He is a Michigan Master Lawyer and a member of the Real Estate Section of the Michigan Bar Association. He has a broad range of experience in real estate and community association matters, including the review, interpretation, enforcement and amendment of community association governing documents, as well as providing counseling and problem solving for community association boards and members. Mr. Zelmanski has experience with state and federal real estate litigation, foreclosure proceedings, real estate title and boundary disputes, as well as disputes with real estate developers and contractors. He has defended community associations in civil rights disputes and has assisted community associations and individual clients with bankruptcies, probate matters and class actions. He has contributed to the amendment of the Michigan Condominium Act, has published materials on real estate subjects and has lectured on real estate topics at Wayne State University and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. Mr. Zelmanski has also presented lectures on community association topics for the Community Association Institute, Lorman Education Services and for private community management classes.

Mr. Zelmanski joined the firm in 1997. He has also provided pro bono services to the elderly, church groups, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He enjoys spending time with his family and has a myriad of other outside interests, including music, literature, cross-cultural studies, hiking, and swimming, in addition to being an avid baseball and football fan.

 

Court of Appeals Decisions Obtained

 

Pedinelli v Turnberry Park Estates, 2016 Mich App LEXIS 184 (2016)



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44670 Ann Arbor Road, Suite 170
Plymouth, MI 48170
734-456-0062
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