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Maria Sesi focuses her practice on Corporate and Real Estate Law. Mrs. Sesi represents and counsels individuals and entities in a wide range of transactional matters, including real property acquisitions and dispositions, real property leasing, corporate structuring and reorganization, business planning, and mergers and acquisitions.


Maria Sesi is accustomed to providing clients with the counsel necessary to seamlessly structure and properly document real estate, asset, and entity acquisitions and dispositions, all while providing an exemplary level of attention to their individual needs. Her corporate practice includes counseling regarding entity formation and the structuring of the requisite organizational documents including partnership, shareholder, and operating agreements. Mrs. Sesi’s expertise also includes counseling clients in corporate governance matters, joint venture formation and counsel, and the preparation and negotiation of various required business and transactional documents.

Prior to joining the firm, Mrs. Sesi practiced Corporate and Real Estate Law at an international full service firm. While in law school, Mrs. Sesi served as a law clerk to general counsel at a valued Michigan-based commercial real estate development firm, where she gained ample experience facilitating commercial real estate transactions from acquisition of vacant land through development and leasing.

Mrs. Sesi is an Associate practicing in Butzel’s Troy office. She proudly attended the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor, and Wayne State University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Art History.

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University of Detroit Mercy School of Law – Juris Doctor, 2021

Wayne State University – Bachelor of Arts Political Science and Art History, 2018



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