Strobl PLLC is built upon the diverse backgrounds of our attorneys.

Our Services

Strobl PLLC is a Detroit area business law firm that provides specialized legal advice in a comprehensive range of practice areas. Our experienced attorneys work with clients to understand their legal issues and provide meaningful results.

Strobl offers legal services in five core areas:


banking &
financial services


Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights




Estate &
Succession Planning




About Strobl

Located in southeast Michigan, Strobl PLLC is a full-service business and corporate law firm with a range of unique specialties and practice areas. Our attorneys bring valuable experience and knowledge to the legal services they provide. We understand business because we have worked in business and have been entrepreneurs themselves.

Latest News

Tax Attorney Specialist Joins Strobl PLLC

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – November 20, 2023 – Strobl PLLC is excited to announce the newest addition to their team of trusted and experienced lawyers, Evan Kaploe. Evan Kaploe joined…

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Strobl PLLC Adds Additional Banking Expertise to the Team

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – July 11, 2023 – Strobl PLLC is excited to announce the addition of two new attorneys to their team of seasoned and trusted lawyers, Michael A….

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In Memoriam: Thomas J. Strobl

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Thomas J. Strobl on Thursday, April 20, 2023, at the age of 81. Tom co-founded Strobl PLLC in 1989…

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Strobl PLLC Re-Brands and Moves to New Office Space

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – December 15, 2022 – Strobl PLLC is pleased to announce its new name and accompanying branding effective immediately. In addition, Strobl has moved its offices to…

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4 Tips for Commercial Tenants Near the End of the Lease Term

If you are a tenant that occupies commercial property and your lease is nearing expiration, the following tips will help you when making decisions regarding your commercial lease. Review your…

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Protect Your College-Bound Student with these Four Legal Documents

If your child has reached the age of 18, graduated from high school and is away at college this fall, you’ve successfully navigated an endless stream of paperwork over the…

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