Randall T. LeVasseur has been licensed as a practicing attorney in the State of Michigan since 1988, having obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan, and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Michigan Law School.

Focusing on serving real estate and mortgage professionals, Mr. LeVasseur practices in the areas of property tax appeals, quiet title actions, mortgage foreclosures, land contract forfeitures, evictions, tax titles, corporate and LLC formations, and real estate litigation.

Mr. LeVasseur has been a guest speaker to landlord groups, lecturing on the topics of eviction law and collections, and also served as a panel moderator for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's symposium "Saving the American Dream: Addressing the Foreclosure Crisis in Michigan". He also has provided expert commentary on Bloomberg Television public service programming discussing foreclosure prevention. He is a member of the real estate law section of the State Bar of Michigan. In addition to being a licensed attorney, Mr. LeVasseur also is a licensed real estate broker and member of the Michigan Association of Realtors®.