Frank’s practice encompasses multiple areas of real estate, civil litigation and corporate law. A significant portion of Frank’s practice involves the representation of condominiums and planned development communities in a wide variety of matters including their formation, analysis and interpretation of governing documents, amendments and restatements of governing documents, enforcement of covenants and restrictions, collection, election disputes and matters of corporate governance.
Frank’s real estate and corporate law practice is comprised of both litigation and transactional work. His litigation experience includes resolution of title defects, boundary disputes, landlord/tenant disputes, contract disputes, debt collection, corporate dissolution, shareholder/membership interest disputes, and mortgage foreclosures.
Frank’s transactional practice includes formation and governance of corporate entities, acquisition and development of real estate, residential and commercial closings, leasing transactions, and negotiation and drafting of contracts, easements, bank finance transactions, and asset/stock purchases and sales.
Frank has been a member of and featured speaker at many industry groups and local organizations regarding real estate and community association law issues. He has also lectured at numerous continuing education classes for real estate agents and community association board members and managers.
Frank has held memberships in the Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar, Condominium & Planned Development Committee, Space Coast Communities Association, Community Association Advisors for Management Professionals, Orange County Bar Association, and American Bar Association.