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Alan E. Krinzman is a partner in the Miami office, and a member of the Real Estate, Corporate & Finance, and Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Groups. His practice focuses on all aspects of real estate, including acquisitions, development and improvement, leasing, dispositions, zoning and entitlements, and land use planning.During his 35 years of real estate-related law practice, Mr. Krinzman has assisted clients plan and negotiate construction budgets and other complex project documents; interact with architects and contractors; and navigate the intricacies of governmental approval and permitting processes. Mr. Krinzman has also developed skill sets in banking and private finance transactions, work-outs, bankruptcy and insolvency, creditor and debtor rights, and foreclosure litigation inclusive of foreclosure prosecution and foreclosure defense.
Some of the objective indications of the excellence Mr. Krinzman has achieved in these real estate related skill sets is Mr. Krinzman’s longtime "AV" (superior) rating from Martindale and Hubbell; LEED Accredited Professional from US Green Building Counsel; member of Trial Bar of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida (Bankruptcy Practice Only); and State of Florida Real Estate Sales Associate License.
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3250 Mary Street Suite 100 Miami, Florida