Marcy Kammerman is an attorney and President of The Kammerman Law Group, P.A. with extensive experience in all areas of business and real estate transactions. She is a member of the Florida and New York bars and has been practicing law since 1986. Ms. Kammerman provides clients with large firm and corporate company experience with small firm personal service. She represents business owners and entrepreneurs of all disciplines and professions as well as the first time and experienced home buyer and seller.
With over 30 years of experience, Ms. Kammerman offers a broad range of knowledge and business savvy that enables her to effectively represent her clients in all types of business negotiations. In addition to her individual and entrepreneurial clients, she counsels real estate developers, contractors, subcontractors, doctors, property management companies, lenders and technology, healthcare and other local, national and international businesses. Ms. Kammerman provides high quality legal services in an efficient manner and at a reasonable and competitive cost to assist her clients in developing and growing their businesses and enhancing their professional and life experiences.
Ms. Kammerman opened her law practice in February 2010 following the unfortunate bankruptcy of Tarragon Corporation, her prior employer where she served for 6 years as General Counsel and Executive Vice President, a publicly traded real estate investor and developer of for-sale housing and rental communities based in New York City. Prior to her employment with Tarragon Corporation, Ms. Kammerman was a partner at the law firm of Broad and Cassel with offices throughout the State of Florida where she focused on all aspects of real estate and business transactions. Prior to moving to Florida in 1997, Ms. Kammerman practiced law in New York City where she focused primarily on real estate and business financing and banking transactions.
Ms. Kammerman obtained her Juris Doctor from American University, The Washington College of Law, in Washington, DC, where she was the Managing Editor of The American University Law Review. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Indiana University, College of Arts and Sciences, Bloomington, Indiana, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Ms. Kammerman has been featured in the New York Times and the Sun Sentinel. Additionally she has worked on various publications for the American Bar Association, including the publication sponsored by the American Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession entitled "The Road to Independence, 101 women's journeys to starting their own law firms".
In addition to her law career, Ms. Kammerman stays active in local community activities and charities. While in New York City, Ms. Kammerman served on the Board of Directors of ARMI, Inc., an organization that assisted the mentally ill homeless population in securing housing and employment and functioning in the local community. Presently, Ms. Kammerman serves on the Board of B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton as Vice President and maintains an active role as a volunteer for numerous cancer charities, the Israel Tennis Centers Foundation as well as other charities and causes.
Ms. Kammerman can be reached at email@example.com, 123 NW 13TH Street Suite 312 Boca Raton, Florida 33432, (954) 745-0870.
Jessica Aviles is a paralegal at The Kammerman Law Group, P.A. She primarily focuses on real estate and business transactions, including title closing services, and has over 20 years of experience in these fields. Prior to her employment at The Kammerman Law Group, P.A., Ms. Aviles was a paralegal at Tarragon Corporation, a publicly traded real estate investor and developer of for-sale housing and rental communities. Prior to her employment with Tarragon Corporation, Ms. Aviles was a paralegal at Ruden McClosky and other large law firms where she gained extensive experience in corporate law, civil litigation, foreclosure law and condominium law.
In addition to her legal career, Ms. Aviles volunteers her time for a local church and is involved in other charitable organizations. She has also served as a Board member for a local Community Development District.
Mrs. Aviles can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, 123 NW 13TH Street Suite 312 Boca Raton, Florida 33432, (954) 745-0871.