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Varnum Expands Real Estate Practice with Partner S. Kyla Thomson

October 30, 2023

Strategic lateral partner addition further grows premier HOA and COA Team in Naples, Florida

Varnum is pleased to announce that real estate attorney S. Kyla Thomson has joined the firm’s Naples office as a partner in the firm’s prominent Home and Condo Owner Association practice.

Thomson’s practice focuses on representing medium and large homeowner and condominium associations across Southwest Florida. She provides counsel regarding governance, enforcement, insurance considerations, contract negotiation and daily operation and administration. She joins the firm from Goode, DeBoest & Cross, PLLC, where she led the Community Association Practice. 

“Kyla brings considerable heft to an already-robust real estate team, particularly in the area of HOA and condo representation,” said real estate partner Tom Forster, who serves as the lead attorney in the Naples office. “We’re delighted to welcome Kyla to the firm and to our team.”

Thomson received her law degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where she served on the Law College Council and Real Property Law Association. She received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Central Florida.

In addition to her practice, Thomson frequently presents educational seminars and webinars and facilitates informational discussions on HOA and condominium matters. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Collier County Women’s Bar Association and is a member of the Zoobilee Committee for the Naples Zoo.

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