SCOTT V. GOLDSTEIN, ESQ.
“I truly enjoy my work as an attorney. Because while doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness.”
SENIOR ATTORNEY Scott comes to Katzman Chandler with over 10 years of litigation experience and concentrates his practice on the representation of condominium and homeowners’ associations. Scott’s areas of practice include, but are not limited to, Community Association litigation, corporate advisement, covenant enforcement, contracts, covenant analysis and opinion letters. Prior to joining Katzman Chandler, Scott's experience includes representation of homeowners facing foreclosure, large scale financial and lending institutions, commercial landlords, and small business owners and individuals involving real estate, business and contract disputes. Scott strives to provide quality results for clients. He understands that no two situations or clients are the same, and therefore, he appreciates the importance of getting to know his clients and crafting solutions that fit their particular needs. Scott understands the challenges that Boards face every day, and enjoys aiding clients in navigating those challenges and achieving their goals. Scott joined Katzman Chandler looking for a firm where he can plant his roots and he has found just that. Scott believes that the key to Katzman Chandler’s success is the strength of its attorneys and staff who genuinely care about forming, building and maintaining strong client relationships. From teaching board member classes, to making on site visits and welcoming clients into their office at a moment’s notice, Scott feels he made the right choice in joining this family friendly firm.Practice AreasCommunity Association Law; Litigation; Contract Review and Enforcement, Legal Opinions, Covenant Enforcement, Arbitration and Mediation. Education
J.D., Florida Coastal School of Law (2009)B.S., Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (2005)Bar AdmissionsBar AdmissionsFlorida Bar (2010)Southern District of Florida (2012)Middle District of Florida (2018)