Mr. Wallach is a Sarasota, Florida native, where he spent his formative years and graduated from Sarasota High School in 2005. During his time in high school, he distinguished himself as a nationally recognized Speech and Debate competitor.
Prior to returning to Sarasota, Mr. Wallach attended Florida State University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science with a minor in Communication. During his time at Florida State, Mr. Wallach worked for Governor Charlie Crist in his Legislative Affairs office. Upon graduation, Mr. Wallach attended Florida A&M College of Law in Orlando, Florida. Mr. Wallach was a co-founder of the Florida A&M College of Law Jewish Legal Society along with being a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant. Mr. Wallach also had the opportunity to intern with the Florida Office of the Attorney General in their Consumer Protection Division. In his final year of law school, Mr. Wallach participated in the Housing Clinic at Florida A&M, assisting clients facing residential foreclosure and landlord/tenant issues.
Mr. Wallach has a passion for helping others, and his dedication to public and community service provides his motivation for assisting clients with their legal matters. Mr. Wallach’s most recent legal experience focused on handling community association matters. Mr. Wallach’s prior legal experience also included working in the arena of family law litigation, criminal defense, and civil litigation. Mr. Wallach is a proud member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice in all state courts in Florida, as well as the Middle District of Florida.
Areas of Practice
- Community Association Law
- Restrictive Covenant Enforcement
- Civil Litigation
- Real Estate Litigation
- Business Litigation
- Florida 2016
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida 2022
Florida A&M College of Law
- J.D. 2012
Florida State University
- B.S. 2009
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Florida Bar
- Sarasota County Bar Association