Awilda Esteras joined the firm in 2011 and concentrates her practice in collections. She represents community associations throughout the state of Florida, assisting with debt consolidation, foreclosure matters, drafting, amending and interpreting governing documents, vendor contract review, covenant enforcement and providing legal opinions on community association related matters. Ms. Esteras focuses on working closely with Boards and management of community associations to assist in the enforcement of their collections policies and help them address delinquent accounts.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Esteras worked for one of the largest mortgage foreclosure firms in the state. She has experience in representing individual bankruptcy debtors filing for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.
While in law school, Ms. Esteras served as the managing editor for Tulane Law School’s International and Comparative Law Journal.
J.D., Tulane Law School
B.S., Loyola University
U.S. District Court of Florida