Kevin Jursinski: Commercial real estate foreclosures next big crisis – here are suggested solutions
The News Press: October 21, 2009
Kevin F. Jursinski is recognized by the objective rating services of Martindale Hubbell as one of Southwest Florida's premier attorneys. He has concentrated more than 40 years of practice in the area of real estate, business and construction law in Naples and Fort Myers.
Firm Partner, Kara Jursinski Murphy, focuses her area of practice on Real Estate Litigation, Business Litigation and Real Estate and Business Transactional Law. Kara has earned the highly-esteemed designation of Board Certified Specialist (B.C.S.) and Expert in Real Estate by the Florida Bar. This certification recognizes attorneys who have special knowledge, skills and proficiency in various areas of law, including Real Estate, and professionalism and ethics in practice...
W. Ryan Murphy focuses his practice in the areas of Real Estate and Construction law.
Mark R. Wagner focuses his practice in the areas of Real Estate, Business and Construction law.
About Brandon Sadighi focuses his practice in the areas of Real Estate, Business and Construction Law. Education Brandon was a “Double Gator” graduate, attending both undergraduate at the University of Florida, and most recently the University of Florida, Levin College of Law. Honors, Awards & Achievements During his time in law school, he served…
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