Real Estate Foreclosure and Litigation, Creditor’s Rights and Bankruptcy
George Zamora is an Associate out of Kass Shuler, PA’s Miami satellite office. George was born in Miami where he has lived all his life other than his years away for school. George obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in French, with Honors from the University of Florida which he also attended for law school and was on the Dean’s List for several semesters. He attended the joint InstitutSuperieure des Sciences Economiques/University of San Diego Paris Program in Paris, France in 1989 and was an active participant in the 200 year celebration of the French Revolution. After law school, George clerked for the Resolution Trust Company during the U.S. government’s savings and loan rescue operation and thereafter, has worked at creditors rights firms for the following 30 years. As a creditors’ rights attorney in state court, George has represented numerous large financial institutions in prosecuting foreclosure cases and has represented these institutions in over 10,000 motion hearings, over 1,000 non-jury trials and has reviewed title for thousands of new foreclosure complaints to be filed throughout Florida. Additionally, as a member of the Southern, Middle and Northern U.S. Bankruptcy Court Bars in Florida, George is seasoned in reviewing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions, drafting claims and objections and attending 341 and confirmation hearings.
During his spare time, George enjoys traveling the world, reading non-fiction history and spending time with his dog and cat.
University of Florida || Bachelor of Arts
University of Florida || Juris Doctor
InstitutSuperieure des Sciences Economiques/University of San Diego Law School Paris Program || Diplome