Williams, Knack & Burrows, P.C. attorneys act as advisers and legal counsel for entrepreneurs, business and licensed professionals, families, and individuals
Williams, Knack & Burrows, P.C. Attorneys and Counselors
Williams, Knack & Burrows, P.C. represents clients throughout southeastern Michigan, Livingston County, and surrounding areas, for all of your legal needs with a family type environment.
Our Practice Areas
Our attorneys assist business owners and entrepreneurs in selecting the proper type of entity in which to operate (including corporations and limited liability companies), and in establishing and maintaining their business entities.
Estates, Wills, Trusts
Our attorneys assist business owners and individuals in placing their affairs in order through effective and appropriate estate documents and implementing those documents.
We are also well-versed in real estate
litigation matters, including residential and commercial landlord/tenant disputes, land contract disputes and forfeiture, disputes caused by breaches…
Our attorneys assist business owners and individuals with tax planning, sales, and purchases of businesses and real estate.
It is our goal to assist clients with resolving (settling) matters prior to initiating a court proceeding whenever possible.
Business Agreements and Contracts
Williams, Knack & Burrows, P.C. assists its clients with a wide variety of contracts and agreements, including, but not limited to, customer agreements, employee agreements, independent contractor agreements,..
How can we help you?
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in the Brighton, MI area.
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Our Latest Blogs & News
We often hear that business owners have a variety of reasons for believing their business does not need to operate as a valid business entity. Unfortunately, these reasons typically turn out to be misconceptions. When incorporation is done properly and thoroughly, it...
Frequently we have clients in our office who have recently (or not so recently) lost a loved one – a spouse or a parent, in particular. Often, the first thing out of the client’s mouth is, “I thought she had everything taken care of, but I guess not.” As if the loss...
One of the most interesting and amusing cases on the docket for the U.S. Supreme Court this coming term has some fishy implications. In Yates v. United States, the Supreme Court will contemplate the application of 18 U.S.C. § 1519, a provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley...