Jessica Lokeinsky received her law degree from Florida State University in 2013. Jessica is a member of The Florida Bar and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida. She is also a member of the American Bar Association. Jessica’s representation of the firm’s community association clients includes all phases of association legal representation including, but not limited to, attending association meetings, amendment drafting, contract review, responding to questions regarding association governing documents and the Florida statute, association lien foreclosures, evictions, injunction lawsuits, and rule enforcement.
Michelle Montekio received her law degree from Nova Southeastern University and was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2004. Ms. Montekio is in charge of the firm’s collections and lien foreclosures for the associations. Her representation of the firm’s community association clients also includes rule enforcement, injunction lawsuits and interpretation of association documents.
Daniel M. Brennan
Daniel M. Brennan received his law degree from Florida International University, cum laude, and became a member of the Florida Bar in 2007. Before joining the team at Tucker & Lokeinsky, P.A., Daniel became the senior associate for a commercial litigation firm in Miami. While practicing as a civil litigator, Daniel gained a wealth of experience as the lead counsel at trials and in successfully prosecuting and defending appellate cases on behalf of both his corporate and individual clients. Daniel’s legal work for the firm’s community association clients includes general litigation with a focus on bank litigation, bankruptcy and complex association rule violation.
Nathan M. Whitford
Nathan M. Whitford received his law degree from Thomas M. Cooley in 2014. Nathan is a member of The Florida Bar and is also a member of the Young Lawyers Division of the Florida Bar. Nathan received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Alma College in Alma, Michigan. Nathan’s representation of the firm’s community association clients includes association lien foreclosures, evictions, injunction lawsuits, and rule enforcement.
Morris C. Tucker
One of the founders of the firm, retired in 1997. During his 45 year career as a lawyer in Broward County, Florida, he held such important positions as City Attorney for the City of Oakland Park and City Attorney for the City of Wilton Manors. The firm is privileged to carry on its practice in the tradition of legal expertise and client service which he helped establish.