About Attorney Brian S. Hess:
Brian S. Hess was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2004 and has practiced law in Clayton & McCulloh’s transactional department drafting amendments to Governing Documents and handling such matters as members and board meetings and document interpretation. He has drafted documents for Community Associations regarding the Florida Marketable Record Title Act. In providing legal services to Clayton & McCulloh’s developer clients, he has performed a variety of Real Estate and document drafting, including establishing corporate entities and drafting Governing Documents for many types of Community Associations. Although Brian is a young attorney, he has worked with Clayton & McCulloh as a law clerk since 2001, gaining experience in most practice areas of the firm, including collections and covenant enforcement and real estate closings. Additionally, Brian has experience in working with governmental special districts, specifically Community Development Districts.
Brian graduated from the
University of Florida Levin College of Law with his Juris Doctorate and
received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with University
Honors from the University of Central Florida, graduating Magna Cum
Public Speaking Experience:
Brian has been a guest speaker in seminars and educational sessions that Clayton & McCulloh sponsors throughout Central Florida. He has also spoken at the monthly meetings of Northeast Community Association Managers and the Coalition of Port Orange Homeowner Associations.
Brian is admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts and the Middle District of Florida. He is also a member in good standing of the Orange County and Florida Bar Association. Brian is a member of the Community Associations Institute of Florida, Northeast Community Managers, and the Space Coast Condominium Association.