Jennie G. Farshchian, Esq.
Jennie grew up in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey and relocated to Florida in 2001. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, cum laude, from Florida International University.
Following her graduation from FIU, Jennie attended Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center where she graduated summa cum laude (with highest praise) in the top 1% of her class.
During law school, Jennie played an active role in the Nova Law Review and also served as a research and teaching assistant to Professors Charlene Smith and Timothy Arcaro.
Jennie’s current practice focuses on residential and commercial real estate transactions.
She specializes in drafting, reviewing and negotiating leases, purchase contracts, deeds, and other real estate-related documents; handling title issues; and representing lenders, buyers and sellers in the conveyance of commercial and residential real estate.
She also counsels and represents individuals, foreign investors, and small to mid-sized businesses on matters pertaining to corporate formation, contract preparation and negotiation, estate planning, and business/investor immigration.
Jennie is very knowledgeable of the local real estate market, and also owns a small but successful real estate investment company.
For several years now, Jennie has participated in a number of pro bono cases, representing the rights of foster children on behalf of Lawyers for Children America. In her free time, she enjoys cycling, traveling, and reading about start-ups and entrepreneurship.