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Katzman Garfinkel has several key practice areas designed to meet our community association clients’ needs. Our Transactional Department is made up of a team of elite attorneys that serve as general corporate counsel for over 1,000 community associations statewide.

The team’s decades of combined legal experience provide the Katzman Garfinkel family of clients with cutting edge solutions to novel and complex legal issues confronted by industry professionals and the voluntary boards that run Florida’s community associations.

Our transactional attorneys are routinely relied upon by the media and public policy makers to sort out issues relating to the community association lifestyle. We count a member of the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) among our ranks. Each member of the Transactional Team brings a unique skill set and perspective to this diverse practice and understands how best to assist boards in functioning in an age of ever greater state regulation.

Our transactional legal services for associations involve a combination of several specialty areas including real property law, corporate law, litigation, contracts, and insurance. Whether we are reviewing your contracts, amending your documents, rendering a bank loan opinion or enforcing your covenants against violators our goal remains the same: to deliver answers in an easy to understand format with a personalized service and attention to detail that you can rely on time and again.

If your community has a question, our Transactional Department has your answer. Come and see for yourself why our Transactional Team is committed to providing your community with the advice and guidance it needs to operate safely within the confines of your governing documents and the applicable Florida Statutes.

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