Mark  Adamczyk

Adjunct Professor

Mark E. Adamczyk has been a Naples resident since 1990 and is a founding shareholder of Goede & Adamczyk, PLLC. Mr. Adamczyk focuses a substantial portion of his practice on community associations, real estate transactions and real estate litigation. He also has significant experience in estate planning, probate and corporate matters. Mr. Adamczyk represents 300 community associations in the State of Florida and advises Condo and HOA boards on a daily basis in all legal matters affecting their community.
Mr. Adamczyk has been an industry leader in the areas of collections (of delinquent assessments, fines and rents), liens and foreclosures. He also has extensive experience in drafting community documents and amendments, covenant enforcement, fair housing disputes and all other disputes involving community associations. Mr. Adamczyk regularly presents legal topics at continuing education seminars for community association leaders. He earned his undergraduate degree in business management from Tulane University and his law degree from Florida State University College of Law. Mr. Adamczyk is admitted to practice law in Florida and Georgia and is a contributing member of the Florida Bar's Condominium and Planned Development Committee.