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Katzman Garfinkel Welcomes Back Greenspoon Marder Attorney Tennille Shipwash
Katzman Garfinkel is very pleased to announce that attorney Tennille Shipwash has rejoined the firm as a Senior Associate. Ms. Shipwash served as a member of the Katzman Garfinkel family of professionals from 2005-2010, where she focused on community association law and foreclosure litigation. Now, she has returned back home.
“We have seen attorneys and staff members join our firm, depart, and some return back home over the years.” We welcome Tennille back with open arms and we are speaking with more excellent professionals that plan to return home as well,” said Leigh Katzman, Founding Partner.
Ms. Shipwash has devoted her 10 year legal career to serving community associations. After earning her Juris Doctor in 2002, Ms. Shipwash earned her Masters in Law (L.L.M.) in Bankruptcy/Insolvency Law from St. John’s Law School in New York City. Ms. Shipwash is a member of the Florida Bar and the Georgia Bar.
“I have been following Katzman Garfinkel ever since I left, and I felt now was the time to come back,” Ms. Shipwash explained. “The lawyers and staff here love what they do and the Boards and Associations they represent. I missed the family atmosphere and I am grateful to be back at the firm on the cutting edge of Community Association Law in Florida.”
Katzman Garfinkel represents more than 1000 Community Associations in Florida and was recently named “Top Choice” Community Association Law Firm by the readers of the Florida Community Association Journal.
About Katzman Garfinkel (KG):
Katzman Garfinkel is a statewide Florida law firm devoted to community associations with seven strategically located offices throughout the State of Florida and was recently named “Top Choice” Community Association Law Firm by the readers of the Florida Community Association Journal. The firm offers residents living in all types of common interest ownership communities a complete set of services including general corporate representation, lien collection and foreclosure, first party insurance claim recovery and construction defect litigation. It was one of the first firms to advance all fees and costs on behalf of communities that are forced to pursue collection of delinquent assessments. For more information, please visit: http://www.LikeYourLawyer.com.