Chamberlain Hrdlicka is pleased to announce the addition of Atlanta-based associates Nicolas Bohorquez and Nicholas Monterosso. Bohorquez joins the Real Estate Practice Group, working closely with commercial real estate developers to move a project from concept to reality, while also collaborating with the Construction Law Practice Group to assist owners in all aspects of a project. Monterosso joins the Trust & Estates Practice Group, counseling private wealth clients to establish estate and business succession plans that reflect both personal and business goals.
Bohorquez advises, negotiates and drafts real estate agreements for property development and operations, including easement agreements, lease agreements, estoppel certificates and construction contracts. He also guides clients in the approval process for land use matters. Bohorquez has collaborated with government officials to achieve strategic land use and zoning objectives. He served as lead counsel in a highly publicized Atlanta Beltline real estate matter, involving multi-party real estate litigation of federal and state law claims concerning ownership interests in railroad-line assets.
Bohorquez earned his undergraduate degree from Kennesaw State University and his law degree from Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law.
Monterosso brings more than five years of estate planning experience. He has counseled clients, as well as their accountants, financial planners and family business office managers. Monterosso resolves complex estate planning issues involving blended families, disinherited children and special needs trusts. He is actively involved in the Wills for Veterans program, which provides estate planning services to veterans.
Monterosso earned his undergraduate degree from Oakland University, his law degree from University of Michigan Law School and his Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Florida Levin College of Law.