Respected. Approachable. Efficient.

The Law Offices of Laura McMahon Lynch PLC

Proudly representing clients’ interests with expertise and compassion.

For over 25 years, Grosse Pointe attorney, Laura Lynch has earned a reputation as a highly respected Real Estate litigator, as well as a compassionate, driven Family Law and Estate Planning attorney.

Using her 11 years of experience as both a Special and Assistant Attorney General defending the State of Michigan, Laura aggressively represents clients in a wide variety of complex contract-based litigation, including:

Business Disputes
Construction Lien Foreclosures
Condominium New Construction Claims
Creditors’ Rights
Land Title and Quiet Title Actions
Mortgage Priority Disputes
Mortgage Reformation

Laura is just as dedicated when it comes to helping her clients navigate the often-overwhelming issue of estate planning and other family-related legal situations.  She is honored to have become the confidant of countless clients who continue to trust her sensitivity and discretion, as well as her vast knowledge of these areas of the law:

Estate Planning
Wills and Trusts
Conservatorship and Guardianship
Grandparents’ Rights
Drivers License Issues
Immigration and Naturalization


Laura McMahon Lynch

A lifelong Grosse Pointe resident serving throughout Southeast Michigan, Laura McMahon Lynch has dedicated her career to providing peace of mind to each client, as though they were her own family. She also believes in giving back to the larger community, acting as a court-approved, General Civil Facilitative Mediator, facilitating cases on a sliding fee-scale.

It’s this above-and-beyond mentality that has continued to fuel Laura’s success throughout the years. And it’s exactly what you and your case will benefit from when you retain her services.

Telephone: (313) 885-6697

New Publication

• Ms. Lynch is currently working on a publication with other Michigan attorneys through the Institute for Continuing Legal Education. The book is titled “Michigan Residential Real Estate” and Laura is authoring the Remedies Chapter. ICLE will have the publication available for purchase in May.

Elected to the Board

• In December 2015 Ms. Lynch was elected to the Board of the Southfield, MI assisted living facility, St. Anne’s Mead, owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. Ms. Lynch offers her legal expertise in area of elder rights, business and construction to the Board as it endeavors to manage the assets of the organization efficiently and effectively.

ICLE Presentation

• Ms. Lynch is a frequent presenter for ICLE and the State Bar of Michigan Real Property Law Section continuing education programs. Her last seminar, held November 3, 2015, “Construction for the Non-Construction Lawyer from Commencement to Completion,” may be viewed on line at www.ICLE.org.