Michael Alterman is a South Florida native, raised in Cooper City. He attended college at the University of Florida and law school at St. Thomas University.
After graduating, Michael spent some time at a small firm in Delray Beach, FL working on personal injury and property damage cases. Following his time in Delray Beach, Michael spent some time in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania working on commercial litigation and predatory lending cases. Michael also passed both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bar exams while he was located in Philly. In 2009, Michael returned to South Florida and began working at a firm in Plantation where he litigated foreclosure actions on behalf of many of the major banks.
In 2011 Michael started his own title company and law practice dedicated to Real Estate Law. He has been practicing Real Estate Law for the past 9 years with a focus on landlord-tenant disputes, condominium and homeowner’s associations, foreclosure defense, and both residential and commercial closings. Michael is very comfortable in the courtroom as well, as he has attended hearings and trials in most of the counties throughout the state of Florida.