TAMPA, Fla.--(Yesner Law, P.L. The goal, Yesner said, is to get back to basics, “where the attorney, not staff, works directly with the client.”)--Shawn Yesner, one of Tampa Bay’s most experienced and successful real estate attorneys, has opened a new firm,
“I am able to give my current clients the benefit of what I learned while handling larger, more complex cases”
“Personal attention is everything,” Yesner said.
He will continue to focus on the areas in which he has become proficient in the past 12 years, foreclosure defense, short sales, bankruptcy, real estate transactions, asset protection and debt relief.
Yesner started his career representing lenders including, Freddie Mac, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Chase, Countrywide and others. After several years, he decided to switch sides and focus on helping residential real estate owners keep their homes. He made that decision in 2004, just as the Florida real estate market was climbing toward its peak, with prices in some areas rising 25 percent a year.
When the housing bubble burst in 2005, Yesner was perfectly positioned to help both residential and commercial owners hack through the legal thickets of bankruptcy, short sales and foreclosures.
“I am able to give my current clients the benefit of what I learned while handling larger, more complex cases,” said Yesner. “When your home is at stake, you want someone who’s seen it all and knows exactly how to deal with any contingency.”
After building one successful multi-practice firm, Yesner has founded Yesner Law, P.L., a smaller, more personalized practice.
“My experience at two successful big firms allows me to represent clients with big firm experience but at small firm prices,” Yesner says.
In addition, Yesner Law prides itself on its personalized service. “None of my clients will find themselves being shuttled off to less experienced associate attorneys,” Yesner said. “We work with our clients, as a team to provide an individualized plan designed to our clients’ specific goals.”