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Bridget M. Friedman, Esq. is a shareholder whose legal practice is devoted to real estate (both transactional and litigation), banking, estate planning, including trusts, probate, and business law. She often focuses on disputes involving property boundaries, access issues, easements, quieting title, commercial leases, and real estate and business contracts. Ms. Friedman regularly represents title insurance companies, national and state banks, and owners and managers of shopping centers, and has appeared before trial and appellate courts around the state.
Ms. Friedman is a former adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida where she taught legal writing. She formerly served as Chief Advisor to a commissioner at the Florida Public Service Commission.
She graduated with honors from Santa Fe Community College, the University of Florida, and from the Florida State College of Law. Additional studies include time at the University of Stendahl-Grenoble, France where she studied French Language and Culture.
Ms. Friedman was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2006. She is also a member of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar, and was selected as one of four Fellows for 2015-2017. She is also a Fellow in the Florida Bar’s William Reese Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy for 2015-2016. Other memberships include the Florida Land Title Association, and Community Leaders and Elected Officials, and Private Business Association of Seminole. She is a former Board of Director for Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County and Greater Apopka, FL, Inc., and she is a graduate of the Leadership Seminole class of 2011.
In her spare time, Ms. Friedman enjoys riding her motorcycle on the back roads of Florida’s Scenic Highways.
Areas of Practice: Real Estate (transactional and litigation), Business Law and Litigation, Utilities Law, Probate, and Estate Planning
Education: B.A., with honors, University of Florida, 1997; J.D., with honors, Florida State University, College of Law, 2005