Visionary & Innovative Boutique Firm
Providing Strategic Legal & Business Counsel
Call Us: 586-915-2184
Bloomfield Hills, MI
The Marsalese Law Group, PLLC is a small boutique law firm with a reputation for achieving excellent results for its clients. At the Marsalese Law Group, we offer the quality of legal representation associated with the large downtown firms combined with the personal attention generally obtainable only from the good firms. We take pride in our ability to provide the highest level of service to each of our clients. This is possible because we do business a little differently. Our exceptional team delivers effective results in a small range of legal practice areas, while working closely with our clients to understand and aggressively promote their individual needs.
At the Marsalese Law Group, we provide client-focused, proactive legal and business counsel to clients of all sizes from closely held businesses and high net worth individuals. We focus our practice in the areas of advising start-ups, cannabis licensing and regulation practice, business law practice, estate planning practice, securities law, and will & trust administration. At the Marsalese Law Group, we consider estate planning to be an essential element of one’s business and individual planning; an owner’s manual of sorts.
In our Estate Planning practice we utilize the most cutting edge techniques to assist our clients achieve their legacy planning goals. As members of The National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys, Financial and Estate Planning Council of Metropolitan Detroit, Inc., as well as other estate planning organizations, we have at our disposal some of the latest and most effective estate planning techniques in the industry.
For information on how the Marsalese Law Group can provide professional, effective, and efficient legal advice, contact us anytime at 586-915-2184 or email@example.com.
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