Francisco Escalante, Esq.
Frank focuses on domestic and cross-border real estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, operations, leasing, management development and financing. He graduated from Florida International University and then Cum-Laude from the Whittier College School of Law. A member of the Florida Bar since 1991, Frank has 25 years of experience as a practicing attorney. During this time he has worked in senior positions in some of the largest regional banks managing their real estate portfolios. His many years as an in-house bank attorney have also allowed him to develop deep relationships in the banking and real estate communities that he uses to benefit, and drive business to, his clients. When it comes to Florida banking and real estate, Frank has done just about everything, and he knows just about everyone.
Adam Yormack, Esq.
Adam focuses on corporate, commercial litigation, franchise and real estate law. He graduated from University of Colorado at Boulder and then St. Thomas School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Adam worked at Oppenheimer Funds and co-founded Bella AG (formerly Bella Health Systems “BHS”), which provided cutting edge technology solutions to the antiquated industry of dairy production. After selling his stake in BHS he began to purchase and rehab properties. During law school, Adam was editor of the International Human Rights Law Review, President of the Business Law Society, Student Organization of the Year under his tenure, a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, Vice President and coach of the International Mock Trial team (where they advanced the furthest in school history) and member of Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity. Today Adam is the Global Access Steering Committee chair for the American Jewish Committee and founding member of the Muslim Jewish Advisory Council of South Florida, a member of the Miami-Dade Bar Association and the Business and Litigation sections of the Florida Bar.