24 Frank Lloyd Wright Drive, Suite D2000
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
Mr. Munzel specializes in all aspects of real estate and property law, zoning and land use law, real estate development, construction law, municipal law, and related litigation. In 30 years of practice, Scott has represented private individuals and small businesses, real estate developers and builders, condominium associations, financial institutions, and several townships, villages, and downtown development authorities on a wide variety of matters. He enjoys a reputation as a highly skilled and effective negotiator, litigator and advocate for his clients’ interests. He has represented the City of Dexter since 2006, where he handles municipal real estate, zoning, and property tax matters.
Scott has significant and successful civil litigation and trial experience, including disputes related to easements, land title issues, zoning, restrictive covenants, boundary disputes, and construction liens. Scott also represents clients in administrative settings, including tax appeals, and before municipal bodies such as planning commissions, boards of appeal, and city councils.
Mr. Munzel is AV® Peer Review Rated, the highest possible rating, by Martindale-Hubbell, the most widely recognized assessment of a lawyer’s ethical standards and professional ability, as evaluated by other members of the Bar and the judiciary.
Areas of Practice
• Real Estate
• Boundary and Title Disputes
• Zoning and Land Use
• Municipal Law
• Construction Law and Disputes
• Washtenaw County Bar Association
• Michigan State Bar Association
Scott is involved in the local community in varied ways, including service on the Board of Directors of the Huron River Watershed Council (2008-Present), the Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Committee (2010-2016), and the Builders and Remodelers Association, Land Development Council (2007-present).
• State Bar of Michigan, 1986
• District of Columbia Bar, 1986
• J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 1986
• B.S., with honors, University of Michigan, 1981