At Winter Capriola Zenner, we offer personal service to become our clients’ trusted legal partners with the professional experience to assist them in achieving their business goals and objectives. WCZ was formed for the purpose of creating an efficient and productive work environment where legal professionals could service clients’ needs in a results-driven and cost-effective manner. Our team of experienced attorneys, paralegals, and legal assistants are focused on delivering high-quality legal services that create value for our clients. WCZ is dedicated to matching state-of-the-art technology with team-oriented collaboration so that our clients can achieve their desired outcome.
Our lawyers are highly experienced in a variety of disciplines with practice areas that include: Commercial and Civil Litigation, Community Association Law, Construction Law & Disputes, Corporate and Business Transactions, Real Estate, and Resort and Land Development. In each of these practice areas, our legal professionals work alongside clients every day to thoroughly discuss and create plans to provide business solutions based on the clients’ needs. At WCZ, we listen to what our clients have to say and what their ultimate objectives really are. We strive to make sure our clients actually understand how the law applies to their specific situation so that they feel comfortable and confident with our agreed-upon legal strategy every step of the way. Simply put, our clients’ successes define our success.
The partners at Winter Capriola Zenner, are recognized as leaders in the Community Association industry. We are proud to be the only law firm to have three past presidents of the Georgia chapter of the Community Association Institute, boast two Rita Kennedy Award winners, and one member of the CAI-Georgia Hall of Fame. Our highly qualified and experienced staff of attorneys and paralegals enjoy assisting community association managers and associations with a variety of day-to-day issues, including amendments to governing documents, contract review, document interpretation, collections, and covenant enforcement.