Developing Business Relationships That Last For Decades
Some law firms live with a mindset of continually soliciting new business. At Pentiuk, Couvreur & Kobiljak, P.C., our attorneys think long term. We focus on building relationships with one client at a time to become long-lasting legal partners in all areas of real estate, business, commercial, litigation, cooperative housing, municipal and nonprofit law.
When you become a client of our firm, we take care of your immediate legal need, but also strive to learn your overall business goals. We understand that today’s competitive business environment in Detroit and Chicago requires counsel who can respond instantly when the need arises, yet one who also knows your long-term business strategy well enough to factor it into the decisions that must be made.
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MAHC is presenting a series webinar classes including New Board Members on June 6, Knowing Your Cooperative Legal Documents on June 20, Evaluating Your Cooperative Board on July 18, and Effective Board Meetings on August 22. All classes are scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m. CST. The classes will be presented by MAHC president Rich Berendson via the ZOOM online service and will be FREE OF CHARGE. Click here for more information.
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A Leading Legal Provider For Local Businesses And Organizations
Leaders cannot always anticipate issues that appear down the road. You may not be aware of certain regulations or potential legal snares that can result in costly consequences. We aim to be a reliable legal partner to help your organization avoid unnecessary pitfalls.
Our experienced attorneys regularly assist businesses, institutions, housing cooperative and condominium associations, housing and homeowner associations and various organizations to operate effectively. We also have established ourselves as a leading provider of legal counsel to nonprofits and municipalities. We advise our clients on tax law, entity formation, zoning matters, environmental law and more.
Cooperative Lawsuit Illustrates Risks of ‘Unintentional’ Discrimination
Cooperative housing associations are unique in that the members screen & select new residents to the community. While housing cooperatives do have a certain degree of latitude in deciding who will be allowed to join the community, it is important to remember that cooperatives are still required to follow the anti-discrimination policies outlined in the Fair Housing Act.
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Talk to our lawyers for guidance you can depend on in real estate, business, employment and other legal matters. Call 734-281-7100 to arrange a one-on-one consultation with a skilled attorney at our Wyandotte office or call 773-435-6503 for our Chicago office. You can also send us a message online to schedule an appointment at our offices in Michigan or Illinois.