Serving Southeast Michigan For Over 30 Years.

O'Reilly Rancilio P.C. — Sterling Heights, Michigan

Macomb County's Largest Full Service Law Firm

O'Reilly Rancilio is a diversified, full-service law firm providing consulting, general counsel and legal representation to businesses, financial institutions, governmental entities and individuals. Located in Sterling Heights, Michigan, we are the largest full service law firm in Macomb County and the eastern suburbs of Detroit. Our attorneys serve a local, statewide and nationwide clientele in a wide range of legal matters, including asset recovery, banking, creditors' rights, municipal law, real estate, estate planning, school law, and complex business litigation and transactions.

The Best of Both Worlds — Big-Firm Sophistication with Small-Firm Attention

With 24 attorneys and an experienced and dedicated support staff, O’Reilly Rancilio offers a sophisticated practice on par with much larger firms, including an ability to assemble teams of attorneys with diverse concentrations specifically tailored to the complexity of each matter at hand. Still, while rivaling larger firms in capability, we are small-firm lawyers at heart. Clients are not filtered or shuffled around — they have direct access to senior lawyers who are actively engaged in their cases. Our cost structure is substantially lower than larger firms, making top-shelf representation affordable to small businesses, public bodies and individuals, and giving regional and national companies a cost-efficient option for local counsel in Michigan.

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On February 8th, after considering several other prominent applicants, the Fraser City Council unanimously appointed Donald DeNault and the law firm of O’Reilly R… Read More
John Bartley of the firm recently participated in an ICLE seminar on real estate law developments in the State of Michigan. The ICLE seminar, entitled “Homewa… Read More
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