Seglund Gabe Pawlak & Groth, PLC

Conveniently located in Wixom and Bloomfield Hills

  • Main office

    28345 Beck Road Suite 301 Wixom, Michigan 48393
    Phone: 248.869.0030
  • satellite office

    (by appointment only)
    36400 Woodward, Suite 220
    Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

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Minor child’s common law negligence claim against private resort for injuries sustained while playing on a resort beach are barred by the Recreational Land Use Act.

18.04.2018 by Law Firm of Seglund Gabe Pawlak & Groth in Business Law, Legal Updates, Real Estate Law

Michigan Supreme Court holds that Michigan’s Recreational Land Use Act (MCL 324.73301(1)) bars a child’s common law negligence claim for injuries sustained while walking along a beach and stepping on hot coals that remained from a beach fire because “beach play” fit the plain meaning of “other outdoor recreational use” under the statute. Michigan’s Recreational […]

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Important Change for Businesses Subject to City Income Tax

15.03.2018 by Law Firm of Seglund Gabe Pawlak & Groth in Business Law, Legal Updates, Real Estate Law, Tax Information

Important Change for Businesses Subject to City Income Tax The Michigan Court of Appeals (COA), in an issue of first impression under the Michigan City Income Tax Act (CITA), has decided that, where a taxpayer’s service is provided to a client outside the city, it is to be considered an “out-of-city” service (and not subject […]

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Our Office Has Moved!

Seglund Gabe Pawlak & Groth has moved!  Same building, different suite number. 28345 Beck Road, Suite 301 Wixom, MI  48393 (248) 869-0030 Come visit us at our new office located in Suite 301! As always, our attorneys services include the following: Bankruptcy Business Law Elder Law Estate Planning Family Law Litigation Municipal Law Personal Injury Probate Real […]

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Security Deposit Law in Michigan

17.01.2018 by Law Firm of Seglund Gabe Pawlak & Groth in Business Law, Legal Updates, Real Estate Law

In Michigan, a landlord can charge a tenant a maximum of one and a half month’s rent as a security deposit. The landlord has the option of either placing a tenant’s security deposit in an account in a regulated bank or financial institution or post a cash or surety bond for the amount of the […]

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Do you own rental property in Detroit? The recent changes in Detroit’s rental property ordinance could affect you.

06.12.2017 by Law Firm of Seglund Gabe Pawlak & Groth in Business Law, Legal Updates, Real Estate Law

If you own residential rental property in Detroit, you need to review how the recent changes made to Detroit’s Rental Property Ordinance, Chapter 9 of the Detroit City Code, may affect you. The full extent of the changes is beyond the scope of this article but here are a few that are worth noting. One, […]

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Attention Landlords: Do Not Let Your Lease Let You Down!

12.05.2017 by Law Firm of Seglund Gabe Pawlak & Groth in Legal Updates, Real Estate Law

It is not uncommon for most landlords to download leases for their rental property from the internet without first consulting an attorney.  Often these leases do not provide the protection a landlord needs to protect their investment. When a landlord begins to evict a tenant it is imperative that the lease provide a clear and […]

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