Amanda Schlechter is a shareholder at Nason Yeager. Ms. Schlechter’s practice concentrates in the areas of commercial real estate transactions, including all aspects of acquisitions and financing, lender representation and complex loan workouts.
She has significant expertise with respect to negotiating complex loan workouts, such as mortgage modifications, short sales, guarantor releases and forbearance agreements. Ms. Schlechter is not only a lawyer but also a patent holding entrepreneur, which affords her the ability to negotiate and appreciate the business and practical side of complex real estate transactions.
Her clients include real estate developers, financial institutions, contractors, and purchasers and sellers of all types of real estate and businesses. After a six‑year hiatus wherein Ms. Schlechter focused on entrepreneurial pursuits, she is happy to be back at Nason Yeager and will continue to utilize her legal and business skills in her practice. She specializes in Commercial Real Estate (all aspects of Commercial Project representation, acquisitions, sales and financing), Financial Institution Representation, Purchase and Sale of Businesses, Complex Loan Workouts, and Negotiation and preparation of all commercial real estate contracts.
Ms. Schlechter has published the following article: “Researching European Community Competition Law”, 6.2 Fla. J. Int’l L. 293 (1991)
Areas of Practice
- University of Florida College of Law and Cambridge University, England, J.D, 1992
- Florida State University, B.S. in Finance, 1988
- Florida Bar Association, Member, Section of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law
- Palm Beach County Bar Association