Lee has been practicing law since 2001. Since 2005, he has specialized in assisting condominium associations, homeowners associations, and cooperatives with the broad and diverse legal issues that they face. Lee has extensive experience in community association law, business law, contracts, litigation, and collections, and has acted in a general counsel role for dozens of residential associations throughout Michigan. A significant focus of his practice has been spent in strengthening residential communities through legal educational outreach to association boards of directors, memberships, industry groups, and stakeholders. Lee brings considerable skills and years of expertise in community association law to the firm.
Prior to his work with residential associations, Lee worked at a boutique law firm in Dearborn, Michigan that specialized in commercial law and real-estate transactions and litigation, successfully handling a varied array of matters for both local and international clients.
Lee holds a BA in comparative literature from Brigham Young University, where he was a trustee scholar. He received his JD in 2001 from Michigan State University. Lee is proud to serve Michigan residential communities and has lived in Michigan for most of his life. When not practicing law, he enjoys cultural and fitness activities, violin, cooking, and travel.
- Michigan State University College of Law, East Lansing, Michigan
- J.D. - 2001
- Brigham Young University
- Major: Comparative Literature
- Condominium Associations
- Homeowners Associations
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