Erin Wollett practices in the areas of Bankruptcy, Corporate Business Law, Real Estate, and Association Law. A significant portion of Erin’s practice is devoted to representing community associations, including many Condominium and Homeowners Associations throughout the State of Florida, and counseling them on matters such as the drafting, enforcement, and interpretation of governing documents, contracts, collections, foreclosures, fair housing issues, and all other general matters affecting operations.
Erin graduated from the University of Florida and Florida Coastal School of Law and began her legal career as a criminal prosecutor with the State Attorney’s Office for the Seventh Circuit of Florida. She transitioned her practice to corporate law as In-House Associate Corporate Counsel for a real estate development company headquartered in Daytona Beach specializing in the acquisition, renovation, and management of nationally-franchised full-service hotels. Erin went into private practice at the law firm of Landis Graham French in DeLand, Florida, before leaving to join Wright & Casey, P.A., in 2015.
Erin’s real estate practice involves negotiating commercial and residential real estate purchase and sale agreements, issuing title insurance and handling closings, as well as drafting commercial and residential leases and seller-financing documents. Her Corporate Business practice includes forming corporate entities, drafting transactional documents, and negotiating asset purchase agreements. Erin also has bankruptcy court experience representing both debtors and creditors. She has been a member of the Florida Bar and the Volusia County Bar Association since 2007 and is admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida. Erin actively serves as a board member of the Volusia County Real Estate Council.