Mark E. Adamczyk
Jurisdictions Admitted to PracticeFlorida, 2005
Mark E. Adamczyk, Esq. is one of the founding shareholders of Goede & Adamczyk, PLLC. Mark focuses a substantial portion of his practice on community associations, real estate transactions and real estate litigation. He also has significant experience in estate planning, probate and corporate matters.
Mark started his real estate law practice in the commercial real estate division of a large Atlanta, Georgia firm. Mark had the opportunity to represent developers, national restaurant chains, institutional lenders and wireless telecommunications companies in the acquisition and leasing of commercial real estate. In that capacity, Mark gained extensive training in title examination, title insurance, contract drafting and lease drafting which helped pave the way for his current real estate practice.
Today, Mark continues to assist developers, lenders, landlords and tenants with commercial and residential real estate transactions. Mark has also handled a significant number of real litigation cases involving breach of contract, quiet title, easement and access disputes and evictions. Mark also has experience representing landowners in land use disputes involving local government authorities. Mark also has extensive experience in drafting community documents and amendments, covenant enforcement, Condo and HOA litigation, fair housing disputes (service and emotional support animals) and disputes involving elections and directors.
Mark's extensive Condo and HOA practice has earned him a position at Ave Maria School of Law as adjunct professor of Condo and HOA law. Mark also writes a regular column on various Condo and HOA legal issues in the Naples Daily News.
J.D., Florida State University College of Law, 2003
B.S., Tulane University, 2000