Paul Mardirosian is a seasoned attorney dedicated to serving the needs of real estate developers, owners and operators. With comprehensive experience spanning various facets of real estate law, Paul excels in guiding clients through complex transactions and providing strategic counsel on a wide range of matters.

Paul specializes in navigating the intricacies of real estate transactions, ensuring seamless acquisitions, dispositions, and negotiations. His insight into the market dynamics allows clients to make informed and efficient decisions and maximize their investments.

A trusted advisor for developers, Paul guides them through development and redevelopment projects, from initial planning to project completion.

Paul brings extensive experience representing borrowers in various financing transactions, encompassing traditional mortgage loans, construction loans, bridge loans and mezzanine financings.

Known for his skill in drafting operating agreements and other organizational documents, Paul assists clients in forming joint ventures, making or arranging for preferred equity investments and raising equity among investors. Paul’s commitment to delivering tailored solutions and his proactive approach in anticipating challenges set him apart as a trusted advisor to his clients.



Representative Matters

  • Served as an intern for Judge Nancy G. Edmunds, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan

Prior Experience

  • Law Offices of Huth Lynett, Law Clerk, 2011
  • Albert Kahn Associates, Strategic Facility Planning Consultant to General Motors Corporation, 2008-2010






  • Michigan Super Lawyers, Recognized as a Rising Star, 2017-2023
  • The Best Lawyers in America, 2023-2024

    • Recognized in practice area of Land Use and Zoning Law

Professional & Community Involvement

State Bar of Michigan

  • Real Property Law Section
  • Young Lawyers Section

News & Insights


  • Real Estate Brokerage Laws and Customs: Michigan
    Publication | Practical Law Real Estate |
  • Real Estate Brokerage Laws and Customs
    Publication | Practical Law Company |
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