Jeremy Apisdorf’s practice focuses on all types of Condominium and Homeowners Association law, commercial litigation and code violation matters. Mr. Apisdorf represents and advises his clients on all aspects of community association matters, including collections and foreclosures, elections, vendor and service provider agreements, arbitration disputes and enforcement of governing documents and applicable Florida Statutes, Codes and Regulations. For over 19 years as an attorney he has litigated numerous matters in many different areas of the law and now he utilizes his years of litigation experience to assist Community Associations, their Boards of Directors, and the Membership that they serve with resolving a vast array of issues of varying complexity. Jeremy is always mindful that Community Association Boards are made up of individuals who selflessly volunteer their time and energy to better the lives of their neighbors and ultimately their communities. Throughout his legal career he has always strived to keep his client’s best interests as his primary focus.
Jeremy Apisdorf graduated from the University of Miami for his undergraduate studies and received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Political Science in 1994. After college, Mr. Apisdorf worked in the business world for several years before determining to continue his education and attend Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law School and received his Juris Doctor in 2003. During his time in law school, he was active in the Public Interest Law Society and graduated with pro-bono honors related to the numerous hours he donated to public interest and charitable causes. After law school Jeremy went to work for the Broward County State Attorney’s Office where over the next seven years he served as an Assistant State Attorney. Ever since leaving the State Attorney Office he has focused his practice on Civil Litigation matters and has handled numerous cases from initiation through resolution. Mr. Apisdorf has been a practicing attorney since 2003.