SAVANNAH - Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco, P.C., a firm specializing in real estate law, announces the opening of an office in the Savannah market to serve clients in the Georgia and South Carolina coastal region. The firm’s fifteenth office – the first outside of Atlanta – is located at 101 W. Mulberry Boulevard, Suite 110, Pooler, Georgia 31322.
The office focuses on legal needs of community associations plus related real estate legal services. Partners George E. Nowack, Jr. and Robert S. Stein direct the office and represent a practice group with unmatched credentials nationally in community association law. Nowack currently serves as dean of the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers. Daniel J. Prieto serves as the office’s on-site managing attorney. A graduate of The Citadel, Prieto received his law degree from Loyola University.
The firm currently represents a number of cooperative, condominium and homeowner associations in coastal Georgia and South Carolina including: Kiawah Island Community Association, Inc., Hilton Head Plantation Property Owners Association, Inc., The Landings on Skidway Island Association, Inc., Plantation Pointe Condominium Association, Inc., The Marshes Homeowners Association, Inc., Stonelake Townhomes Property Association, Inc. and Savannah Lakes Village Property Owners Association, Inc. Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco attorneys counsel community associations on issues related to development covenants, contracts, government compliance, transitioning from developer to owner control and more.
Tonia C. Sellers, managing partner of Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco, said “We are excited about the strategic expansion of our firm in Savannah and the growth we anticipate for this practice. Our community association client base has increased significantly over the past few years in Savannah, Hilton Head and nearby coastal communities. Given the active development in the region, the time is right to establish a physical presence to serve our current and future clients.”