Ansbacher Law is a leading construction defect litigation and community association law firm, serving clients throughout the state of Florida. Attorney Barry Ansbacher leads an experienced team of seven attorneys and is the only attorney in Florida who is triple boardcertified by the Florida Bar in condominium and planned development law, construction law, and real estate law.
Mr. Backer has represented hundreds of community associations over the course of his more than 35 years as a Florida attorney. His firm provides full service representation to communities from the Florida Keys through Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and St. Lucie Counties and strives to develop the sort of personal relationship larger firms simply cannot provide.
Paul provides insurance recovery counsel for hurricanes and is both an attorney and a public insurance adjuster. Paul is uniquely qualified for the complexity of large losses and has provided both causation and valuation determinations on a wide variety of structures and properties. Paul has helpedassociations recover hundreds of millions of dollars in hurricane claim proceeds.
Bogen Law Group has specialized in representing associations since 1990. Mark Bogen, Managing Partner, was selected by the Sun-Sentinel to write the Condo Law weekly column for 20 years. The law firm offers a unique annual legal plan which allows an association to pay one annual fee and receive unlimited consultations and other legal work. Besides the law, we specialize in providing great service.
Originally from the Washington, D.C., area, Jane received a B.A. in political science from Radford University, a master’s in sports management from the United States Sports Academy, and her juris doctorate from St. Thomas University School of Law. In July of 2008, she and Mauri Peyton merged their solo legal practices to form PeytonBolin PL. Today, their firm represents hundreds of Florida associations.
Ms. Chandler’s practice is focused on community association law. As the Firm’s Managing Partner, she is dedicated to providing unique and innovative legal strategies that meet the individual needs of her community association clients. She believes that the role of legal counsel is to listen and understand a client’s specific issues and goals and to assist in resolving those matters in the most efficient way.
Joshua Gerstin, Esq., is the founder of Gerstin & Associates in Boca Raton. For the past two decades, Mr. Gerstin has represented hundreds of community associations of all types and sizes throughout Palm Beach and Broward Counties. Despite its continued growth, Gerstin & Associates continues to offer its community association clients uniquely personalized and effective legal representation.
Owner of Glazer and Sachs, P.A., representing associations since 1992. Eric has certified approximately 20,000 board members statewide, has broadcast the Condo Craze and HOAs radio show since 2009, is certified by The Florida Supreme Court as a Circuit Court Mediator, has drafted numerous provisions of the Florida Condominium and HOA statutes, and is a writer of the www.hoa-condoblog.com.
Michael received his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law. He brings extensive litigation experience to PeytonBolin, having spent several years handling highly contested foreclosure cases throughout the state. In his free time, Michael and his wife enjoy watching their kids play soccer and acting in plays.
Jeffrey Green is a Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rated Member of KBR with a broad range of experience in commercial litigation, construction litigation, and appeals. Mr. Green supervises the construction defect and complex litigation department of KBR and represents community associations in multimillion dollar construction defect disputes and complex litigation matters from inception through appeal.
Nataly enjoys providing complete general counsel assistance and litigation prowessto her community association clients and guiding them through the complex world of Florida HOA and condominium governance. Nataly also handlescomplex business litigationmatters, partitions, foreclosures, vendor disputes and lawsuits, enforcement actions, and breach of contract cases.
As a Board Certified Specialist in the area of association law, Edward prides himself on providing excellent, timely, affordable, and personalized service to allclients. Edward represents condominium, homeowner, and cooperative associations of all sizes throughout South Florida. Heperforms all aspects of association representation—collections, enforcement, and amendinggoverning documents.
Mr. Katzman is a board certified specialist in condominium and planned development law. His practice is dedicated to community association law, and a commitment to making the lives of volunteer board members and community association managers easier by offering unique legal solutions to overcome the distinct challenges and achieving theultimate goals of today’scommunity associations.
Related areas: Community Association Litigation & Covenant Enforcement, Corporate Representation
Concentrates practice in condominium, homeowner, and cooperative associations including collections and foreclosures, vendor contracts, enforcing association covenants, and assisting associations with management issues
Larry Moskowitz, PA, specializes in first-party property damage claims, serving clients throughout Florida. Attorney Larry Moskowitz has practiced law for over 30 years. An accomplished attorney, he has handled thousands of civil cases with over 150 trials to verdict and has successfully represented community associations, assisting with insurance claim disputes for property damage that may have been denied, underpaid, or delayed.
At PeytonBolin, we provide practical legal advice to board members, unit owners, and property managers. From collections to covenant enforcement, amendments to litigation, our firm helps you to manage the business of your association!
A premier communityassociation law firm offering services to condominium, homeowner, cooperative, and mobile home associations in Florida. Attorneys Bennett Rabin, Monique Parker, and Adam Gurley lead an experienced corporate representation and litigation team. Florida bar board certified in both real estate and condominium and planned development law.
Randall K. Roger, Esq. is Florida bar board certified incondominium and planned development law and is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, with over 30 years of experience in association law. The firm concentrates its practice in the area of community associations, exclusively representing hundreds of homeowner, condominium, and cooperative associations throughout Florida.
Represents condominiums and HOAs in all facets of association law, including general advisement, collections, and litigation. He handles document drafting, covenant enforcement, construction defect litigation, developer issues, and breach of contract disputes. Serving Broward and Palm Beach Counties, with offices in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale. B.A., Swathmore College; J.D., Duke University
Alan Schwartzseid originally joined KBR in 2010, and from 2010–2014 he focused on assessment collection for the Firm’s association clients.In 2022, he returned to KBR as a Firm Member and Orlando office managing attorney, where he assists Firm clients in all facets of community association law and also works as an FLSC Certified County / Circuit Court Mediator.
Steven has been practicing law since 1985 and was voted a Super Lawyer in 2021. His primary focus is representing HOAs, COAs and businesses against insurance companies for hurricane claims. Steve has tried numerous cases to verdict and handles all the litigation needs at Hurricane Law Group. University of Miami, Law School, J.D; University of South Florida, B.A.
Served as Assistant State Attorney with the Fifth Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office in Lake County, FL
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FCAP (Florida Community Association Professionals) is a member-based professional organization dedicated to training, equipping and advocating for Florida community association professionals including managers, service providers and community volunteer leaders.