Paul Schultz is an attorney with the Mitzel Law Group PLC serving clients in the Ann Arbor community and greater Detroit Metro. His practice centers on real estate transaction as well as estate planning including revocable living trusts, durable powers of attorney, patient advocate designations, and also with probate and trust administration matters. He is also able to advise clients in a number of other areas including employment law, litigation, and adversarial matters.
Paul earned his J.D. in 2007 from Ave Maria School where he was an Associate Editor of the Law Review and CEO of the Business Law Society. Before that, he had graduated from Harvard College with a degree in Economics. During college and law school he worked in the legal department of a Big Three automaker and then clerked for its outside counsel.
In 2009, Paul earned his certificate of completion in probate and estate planning from the Institute of Continuing Legal Education at the University of Michigan. In addition to estate planning, he has significant experience in condominium and homeowner association issues. He can assist associations, developers, and individual co-owners in knowing and honoring the established sets of rights and duties that bring about peaceful and just community life. This can include reviewing a condominium’s Master Deed and Bylaws in order to guide a board as to its powers and responsibilities. Or in helping a community to upgrade those documents in line with changes in the Michigan Condominium Act and other legal developments.
Paul and his wife and their family are active with extended family around Ann Arbor as well as their community and parish. Paul gives presentations on topics such as estate planning and business planning. Please contact Paul if you are interested in having him speak to your group or organization about estate planning or business related matters.