Attorneys Bruce Inosencio, Jr. and Kristina Fisk have worked together representing clients throughout Michigan since 2003, when Mrs. Fisk joined Mr. Inosencio’s solo practice as an associate attorney. The firm, which focuses on representing clients in the practice areas of construction law, real estate law and business law, is committed to excellence in both transactional and litigation services. In 2009 they formed Inosencio & Fisk, PLLC, and have since enjoyed considerable recognition for their high level of professionalism and quality legal services.
In 2012, Inosencio & Fisk, PLLC, welcomed a new associate, Angela Wetherby, to the firm. In 2013, Inosencio & Fisk, PLLC, welcomed William Thompson into the firm in an “of counsel” role.
Our firm’s smaller size enables us to spend significant time building strong relationships with our clients without sacrificing quality or professionalism. The unique, personalized experience we provide clients allows for a fuller understanding of their legal matters and options. And, we utilize cutting-edge technologies that maximize our accessibility and all-around effectiveness, which results in cost savings — and great results — for our clients.
The types of cases and other legal matters that we have handled in the past are as diverse as our client base. In fact, our skilled attorneys work with businesses of all sizes and at all phases of development. Whether you’re an entrepreneur looking to start an LLC (limited liability company) or a corporation, an existing business dealing with an internal matter or facing a lawsuit, or an organization preparing to expand or dissolve, we can handle your issue. Consider the following areas where we’ve helped businesses in the past:
- Business formation, dissolution, buying a business, selling a business, or mergers of limited liability companies or corporations;
- Lawsuits involving trade secrets, non-compete agreements and non-disclosure agreements, breach of contract lawsuits and collections of past due debts and unpaid judgments;
- Construction issues including sworn statements, subcontractor agreements, failure or delay of payment, contract terminations, delay and acceleration claims, construction liens, workmanship defects, design defects and surety bond issues;
- Commercial and residential real estate transactions (purchase agreements, easements, leases, mortgages, deeds, and land contracts, for example), as well as real estate litigation involving boundary disputes, lake access and riparian rights disputes, land contract forfeitures, land contract foreclosures, mortgage foreclosures, and Seller’s Disclosure Act disputes;
- Various forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including arbitration and mediation, to resolve other business disagreements; and
- Assistance with buying a business, selling a business, and all other business transactions, including drafting, negotiating and reviewing asset purchase agreements, contracts, Bylaws, Operating Agreements, Articles of Organization, and Articles of Incorporation.
Small-firm sensibility with large-firm capabilities — our law firm is equipped to handle your business, construction, or real estate matter.