Founder credits firm’s success to focus on integrity, customer service
(DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – February 11, 2013) – Elizabeth R. Wellborn, PA. (ERW Law), one of Florida’s largest woman-owned law firms, is celebrating ten years of service to clients this year. Founded as a boutique litigation firm with a foreclosure practice, it is now one of the largest firms in the state. ERW Law attorneys are experts across the wide range of issues that arise in default servicing.
Founder and Principal Liz Wellborn credits her success to an unwavering commitment to the firm’s core values of integrity, quality, diversity and customer service.
“In the legal industry, you have to know what your values are and stick to them, no matter what,” Liz said. “From the very beginning, our firm has focused on delivering exceptional service while abiding by the highest ethical standards. Those values, along with a diverse team of experienced staff and attorneys, have guided us well over our ten year history. I’m proud of what we have accomplished as a firm – and on behalf of our clients – and am excited about what we will do in the next ten years.”
Liz started the firm in 2003 after working for over a decade in commercial and civil litigation. The firm enjoyed steady growth during its first four years in business, during which time Liz was asked to serve as in-house counsel for a large mortgage servicer. ERW Law began expanding rapidly in 2007 and would later join the Fannie Mae Retained Attorney Network, further propelling its growth.
Currently, ERW Law employs approximately 300 individuals, including more than 50 attorneys.
As part of its ongoing effort to achieve consistent, sustainable growth, ERW Law opened an office in New York in 2011. The firm has attorneys licensed to practice law in Florida, New York, Georgia, Texas and the District of Columbia.
For more information, visit www.erwlaw.com.
About the Law Offices of Elizabeth R. Wellborn, PA
The law practice Elizabeth R. Wellborn, PA (ERW) was founded in 2003 as a creditors’ rights law firm focused on collections, real estate foreclosures, bankruptcy, evictions, REO, replevins and mechanic liens, as well as defense litigation related to each of those areas. ERW employs 300 individuals at offices in Deerfield Beach, Florida, and Getzville, New York. Principal Elizabeth R. Wellborn, Esq., has nearly two decades of experience as a litigator in both commercial and civil actions, and is recognized as an expert in protecting the rights of clients involved in legal disputes arising from creditor issues. For more information, visit www.erwlaw.com.
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