Michael has focused his practice in the areas of business, real estate and real estate development. His clients include individuals and small to large businesses in a variety of general business matters, residential and commercial real estate transactions, real estate development and financing, land use, entity formation and entity transactions. Michael also has significant experience with real estate title matters.
After graduation from Temple University Beasley School of Law, Michael developed a strong foundation in the areas of real estate development, land use planning and business entity formation at a firm in Center City Philadelphia. That helped him gain useful experience in complex zoning matters, real estate development matters, business entity formation and property tax assessment appeals.
Since relocating to central Pennsylvania he has expanded his practice to include commercial and residential real estate transactions and financing, commercial leasing, general business representation and business transactions and real estate title matters.
During law school, Michael received awards for his academic achievement in the field of land use planning, as well as for his work and research on Pennsylvania’s Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservatorship Act.
Michael is a Lebanon County native and the son of two public school music teachers. He has returned to central Pennsylvania with his wife, Irene, and two daughters, Margot and Lillian.