Attorney: Mark Adamczyk
Mark E. Adamczyk, Esq. has been a Naples resident since 1990 and is the founding shareholder of Adamczyk Law Firm, PLLC. Prior to opening the Firm, Mark co-founded Goede & Adamczyk, PLLC in 2010, which became Goede, Adamczyk & DeBoest, PLLC in 2012.
Mark started his law practice in the commercial real estate division of a large Atlanta, Georgia firm. Early in his career, Mark gained extensive training in title examination, title insurance, contract drafting and lease drafting, which helped pave the way for his current real estate practice. Today, Mark represents buyers and sellers in residential transactions and also represents developers, landlords and tenants in commercial transactions. Mark also handles complex real estate and title litigation involving breach of contract, quiet title, easement disputes and evictions.
Mark is also one of a handful of lawyers in Southwest Florida who focuses on community association law on a daily basis. Mark has provided hundreds of legal opinions to condominium associations, homeowners associations and co-operatives. Mark has significant experience with document and rule amendments, covenant enforcement, and collections matters. Mark’s extensive community association practice has earned him a position at Ave Maria School of Law as adjunct professor of Condo & HOA Law. While at Goede & Adamczyk, PLLC, Mark also wrote the majority of the firm’s columns in the Naples Daily News, which featured legal opinions on community association issues.
When he is not working with clients, Mark spends time with his two sons, ages 8 and 6. Mark also enjoys golf, cooking, singing and entertaining, and following his beloved Florida State Seminoles and Boston Red Sox. Mark is a 2-time club golf champion at Quail Creek Country Club in Naples.
- J.D., Florida State University College of Law, 2003
- B.S., Tulane University, 2000
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
- The Georgia Bar, Member Since: 2003
- The Florida Bar, Member Since: 2005
- Real Property, Probate, and Trust Section
Litigation Attorney: Kelsey Hazzard
Kelsey L. Hazzard, Esq. is Adamczyk Law Firm’s litigation attorney. Kelsey grew up in Naples. She is a proud graduate of the University of Miami (B.A. 2009) and the University of Virginia School of Law (J.D. 2012). Immediately following law school, she devoted a year to public service as the 2012-2013 legal fellow for Americans United for Life in Washington, D.C. When her fellowship concluded, she returned home and began her career as a litigator.
Kelsey joined Adamczyk Law Firm in November 2017. She has primary responsibility for the firm’s litigation and dispute matters, including construction defect claims, lien foreclosures, and complex commercial litigation.
Kelsey strongly values community involvement, serving on the boards of the Michael R.N. McDonnell chapter of the American Inn of Court, the Naples Junior Woman’s Club, and the southwest Florida chapter of the University of Miami alumni association. In her free time, you’ll find her singing karaoke or enjoying a nature walk.
Managing Paralegal: Jamie Muni
Jamie Muni has been a paralegal in the Naples area since January 2009, and is also a Florida licensed Realtor. Jamie has extensive experience in the community association and tax law fields, as well as title, escrow and real estate closings.
In her free time, Jamie enjoys spending time with her husband Joe, her daughter Jocelyn, and son Joey.
Legal Secretary: Danielle Butterworth
Danielle Butterworth has experience providing assistance to attorneys in a variety of areas of law including; litigation, trust & estates, medical malpractice, and community association. She moved to Naples after graduating Florida State University with a bachelors degree in Political Science and History, and has since continued working in the legal field. She is married with one son and two boxers. Family time is spent enjoying FSU sporting events and making memories with extended family and friends.