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Taxable Value Uncapping Relating to the Transfer of Ownership

Attorney Melisa M. W. Mysliwiec recently spoke to the Greater Lansing Association of Realtors on when taxable value uncaps and when it doesn’t for purposes of property taxes.


Hands-with-Paper-Doll-FamilyAttorney Melisa M. W. Mysliwiec recently spoke to the Greater Lansing Association of Realtors on when taxable value uncaps and when it doesn’t for purposes of property taxes.  The presentation addressed what is considered a transfer of ownership under Michigan law, which results in uncapping of property taxes, and the several exemptions to what is considered a transfer of ownership.  She also discussed the several new exemptions added over the past year, and some holes in the new exemptions.

You can review the presentation HERE.

To learn more, contact attorney Melisa Mysliwiec at mmysliwiec@fraserlawfirm.com or 616-301-0800. Melisa works out of Fraser Trebilcock’s Grand Rapids and Lansing offices, focusing her work in the areas of Elder Law and Medicaid planning, estate planning, and trust and estate administration. She was named a “Rising Star” in Michigan by Super Lawyers in 2013 and 2014.