Stephen A. Winter Managing Partner

sawinter@wczlaw.net Direct Phone: 404.844.5633 Direct Fax: 404.844.5634
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Practice Areas

  • Commercial and Civil Litigation
  • Community Associations
  • Corporate and Business Transactions
  • Real Estate, Lending and Finance
  • Resort and Land Development

Education

  • Emory University (J.D. 1988)
  • Emory University (B.B.A. 1985)

Bar Memberships

  • Florida
  • Georgia

Court Admissions

  • U.S. App. 11th Cir.
  • N.D. Ga.
  • Ga.
  • Ga. App.
  • Fla.

Stephen A. Winter is the Managing Partner of the firm and dedicates much of his practice to resort and land development, the representation of community associations, general corporate, business and finance transactions, workouts and real estate law. Stephen is significantly involved, on a national basis, in the representation of developers of planned and resort communities, including golf course communities, mixed-use developments, residential communities, condominium developments, vacation ownership or timeshare regimes and associations within these types of developments. He is also very active in community association law representing residential and office condominiums, townhome developments, mixed use projects, residential community associations and master-planned communities.

Stephen is currently a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Florida Bar, Urban Land Institute (ULI) and of Community Associations Institute (CAI) and has served on the Board and is a past president of the Georgia Chapter of Community Association Institute and remains an active member. Stephen has written several articles and books pertaining to all types of real estate, including planned communities, golf course communities and community associations, and has lectured many times on subjects relating to these topics. Stephen was the recipient of the 2001-2002 CAI National Award of Excellence in Chapter Leadership and the 2001 Rita Kennedy Award presented by The Georgia Chapter of CAI. Stephen has been a practicing attorney since 1988 and is a graduate of the Emory University School of Law. His undergraduate degree was in accounting from the Emory University School of Business Administration.