Elizabeth Kyprianos focuses her practice in real estate, corporates, and
education law matters, and she has assisted individuals and entities on
a multitude of legal issues in those practice areas since joining Shifman
& Carlson as an attorney in 2013.
Elizabeth assists clients in all aspects of acquiring, selling, and leasing
residential and commercial property. This includes drafting purchasing
documents, reviewing title policies, reviewing disclosure statements,
and preparing closing documents. Elizabeth works with a condominium developer
and aids in condominium start-up, expansion, and contraction as well as
drafting governing documents for condominium communities. Elizabeth also
provides assistance to homeowners associations by advising Boards on day-to-day
operations, meetings, and the interpretation of condominium documents.
Elizabeth assists corporations and limited liability companies through
the start-up process. Elizabeth also works extensively in education law.
She represents the Boards of public school academies on matters such as
contract negotiation, student discipline, real estate matters, and regularly
advises on applicable state and federal law including the Open Meetings
Act, Freedom of Information Act, and the Family Educational Rights and
Elizabeth is a graduate of Wayne State University Law School and also attended
James Madison College at Michigan State University where she received
a Bachelor of Arts in Social Relations and Policy.