“When it comes to practicing law, I am unwavering on two principles: providing unparalleled customer service and satisfying my client’s goals.”
Avi S. Tryson is the Managing Partner of the Firm’s Coral Gables office. He is also responsible for handling residential and commercial real estate transactions, complex commercial leases, corporate structuring, estate planning and representing the Firm’s community association clients in connection with their collections and general matters. Mr. Tryson has received an AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™, one of the oldest and most respected lawyer review lists in the United States and Canada.
Beyond establishing the Firm’s new Miami presence, Mr. Tryson is President of Focus Title Group, which is owned and operated by the Firm and was created to service clients who are purchasing residential and commercial property.
“Early in my legal career, I successfully represented a client who was purchasing several properties simultaneously and quickly. Each property had a different seller and unique title-related issues, and I had to navigate multiple layers of governmental and quasi-governmental agencies, all while managing every aspect of the closing process with many different opposing attorneys. When a significantly complex case is one of your first, the clients who benefit from your experience are every single one thereafter.”
Mr. Tryson considers his greatest professional accomplishment to be earning his law degree while working full-time.
Florida International University, J.D., 2006
University of Maryland, B.A., 1998
The Florida Bar, 2007
Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
ALS Recovery Fund, Board Member
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