Burr & Forman

Mary-Beth T. Valley

Mary-Beth T. Valley
  • J.D., Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law (2008)
  • B.A., Stetson University (2002)
  • U.S. District Court – Middle District of Florida

  • Orlando CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women), Board Member
  • Commercial Finance Association, Orlando Chapter, Board Member
  • Commercial Real Estate Finance Council
  • The Florida Bar
  • Volusia County Bar Association
  • Capitals of Europe Program, Pennsylvania State University (2007)
  • Staff Assistant, U.S. Congressman Adam Putnam (2002)
  • Filed multiple foreclosure actions for a variety of properties throughout the state

  • Settled foreclosure actions favorably for the Lender

  • Closed the sale of multiple REO properties throughout the state.

  • Prepared documentation for and closed mortgage loans for a regional bank

  • Prepared documentation for and closed a revolving credit facility and a purchase money mortgage for a national bank

  • Represented a community association in enforcement actions against property owners

  • Prepared documentation for commercial leases

  • Assisted executors, trustees, administrators and guardians in carrying out their responsibilities efficiently and in accordance with the law

  • Assisted individuals, corporate fiduciaries and other entities in interpreting and applying federal, state and local tax laws pertaining to probate matters

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Real Estate Finance Commercial / Corporate Litigation Lender Liability Workouts, Restructurings & Enforcement Receiverships

Mary-Beth is Counsel in the firm’s Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy practice group where she represents banks and special servicers in loan servicing, commercial foreclosures, forbearance agreements, workouts, receiverships, and lender liability.

Mary-Beth also represents lenders and borrowers in loan documentation for complex transactions. Her experience includes commercial mortgages, construction loans, bridge loans, mezzanine lending, and revolving credit facilities. She has advised major financial institutions in transactions involving office buildings, mixed-use projects, warehouse and industrial sites and multi-family properties.

Mary-Beth’s real estate practice offers an interdisciplinary approach to handling both transactional and litigation matters. She represents lenders, Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) special servicers, REITS, private investors, property owner associations, contractors, and public and private companies, among others. Mary-Beth has deep market knowledge of the real estate industry and has extensive experience with a broad range of real estate transactions including leasing and financing (both borrower and lender representation). Her multifaceted understanding of the commercial real estate markets, coupled with her common sense business acumen, allows her to work collaboratively with clients to evaluate, develop and implement their real estate goals.