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Civil Law Representation


Civil litigation encompasses a wide variety of legal areas, from business issues to matters involving construction law. At Miller & Bartnicki, P.C., our Plymouth civil law attorneys can assist you with a broad spectrum of civil law matters. With more than 50 years of combined experience, you can rely on us to provide efficient and effective representation.

We Handle A Variety Of Civil Law Matters

Our attorneys handle matters involving contract drafting and review as well as a variety of other civil issues, including:

Construction law: We represent homeowners, builders, general contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, engineers, architects and other related parties in disputes arising out of construction projects.

Business formations: We will work closely with you to set up the proper business entity to meet your needs. From corporations to limited liability companies (LLC), we will file all of the necessary paperwork and draft articles of incorporation and operating agreements to help get your company a good start on the path to success.

Creditor rights/collections: We assist businesses seeking repayment on accounts receivables or other obligations. We will skillfully guide you through every step of the collections process, from obtaining a judgment in court to enforcing the judgment, ensuring that your business recovers what it is owed.

We are committed to helping you reach a successful resolution in your matter. The lawyers at Miller & Bartnicki, P.C., value client satisfaction and provide the experienced representation for every matter. We examine your issue, explain the law and provide knowledgeable advice on your legal options and potential courses of action you can take. Regardless of your needs, we will handle your matter efficiently and effectively in an effort to keep your costs reasonable.

Call For A Free Consultation 

Contact our civil law attorneys online or call our Plymouth office at 734-259-2046 for a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

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