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MARCIA T. DUNN, P.A.
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Ms. Dunn graduated in 1982 from the University of Miami, School of Law, with honors. She is admitted to practice in the State of Florida, and in the Southern District of Florida. She has served as one of the five Chapter 7 panel Bankruptcy Trustees in Miami-Dade County since 1992 where she conducts hearings on several thousand cases annually, and administers several hundred open asset cases per year, for the benefit of creditors. Ms. Dunn has also served as an operating trustee and as a court appointed examiner in Chapter 11 business cases. She is experienced in the liquidation of all types of assets, including real estate, personal property of all kinds and intangible property. Ms. Dunn was previously certified as a Mediator in the area of civil circuit, county and family law, and is on the approved list of mediators for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Florida. Ms. Dunn has also been certified as an arbitrator in the State of Florida. She has also lectured for various organizations on the topic of bankruptcy law, and has taught bankruptcy law, for many years, at annual bankruptcy seminars presented by the University of Miami, School of Law.
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