Charles's real estate transaction practice involves the representation of institutional lenders, entities and individuals with a focus on commercial real estate including:
Representation of institutional lenders in commercial loan defaults, workouts, and reorganizations. He has been involved in numerous transactions in Florida and Alabama representing institutional lenders in the restructuring, purchase, and sale of secured and unsecured loans. He has handled numerous matters involving the return and liquidation of problem assets through settlement and negotiation.
Represent and assist borrowers and developers of commercial real estate from acquisition, construction, development and through leasing; shopping center, and large commercial projects; drafting and negotiation of numerous leases from small businesses to big box retail.
His corporate law practice involves the representation of individuals and entities in the formation and ongoing operation of small businesses, including sales, acquisitions, business planning and execution.
Escambia/Santa Rosa County Bar Association, Real Property, Probate and Tax Section of the Florida Bar; Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Alabama Bar Association; past member of the Florida Banking Association; Seville Rotary Community Service Chairman, Seville Rotary; Director, Pensacola Chapter of the University of Alabama, National Alumni Association Board of Directors; Director, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Northwest Florida Board of Directors; Mentor, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Northwest Florida
Superlawyers, Rising Star 2009, 2010
Florida Trend's Legal Elite, Up and Comer, 2010
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