Wonsetler & Webner, P.A.
Karen Wonsetler established the firm in August of 2004. Since that time, the practice has grown from a few Homeowner and Condominium Associations to over 450 Associations. Our services include lien foreclosure litigation, collections, drafting governing documents and amendments thereto, preparing and reviewing contracts, restrictive covenant enforcement, and preparing clients for elections and meetings of the Board and/or members. Ms. Wonsetler is also a licensed Realtor assisting buyers and sellers with purchases and refinancing.
Karen Jenette Wonsetler, Esq.
Karen Wonsetler is a proud graduate of the University of Florida College of Law. After being admitted to the state and federal court in 1998, Karen Wonsetler began to carve out a niche as a real estate attorney in Central Florida. In addition to her busy transactional and litigation practice representing national and private lenders, commercial and residential land owners, and more than 450 Central Florida homeowner’s and condominium associations, Karen often accepts pro bono cases in matters where she feels there would otherwise be an injustice and miscarriage of justice. Karen frequently will discuss current trends and issues in the law with news reporters and she never fails to deliver a reasoned analysis along with a passionate advocacy for the rule of law.
Karen also acts as a Special Magistrate conducting ad valorem taxation exemption and classification hearings in a number of Central Florida counties. As a Special Magistrate, Karen has the ability to act as a finder of fact and judge over legal matters involving homestead exemptions, military, scientific, literary, educational and religious exemptions, as well as agricultural classification disputes between property owners and the local property appraiser’s offices.
Sarah Elizabeth Webner, Esq.
Sarah Elizabeth Webner received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Advertising with a concentration in business from the University of Florida in 2008 and her Juris Doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2011. While in college, Sarah was an active member in the Delta Delta Delta Sorority, and participated in numerous philanthropies to aid the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. During law school, Sarah was a Legislator and FCSL Community Chair for the Student Bar Association and received a book award in Legal Writing.
Sarah began her legal career as a Judicial Intern to the Honorable Anthony Johnson in the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court in Orlando, Florida. After being admitted to the Florida Bar, Sarah concentrated her legal career in the areas of community association law, providing a variety of legal services to condominium and homeowner associations, with particular emphasis on restrictive covenant violations. Sarah joined The Law Offices of Karen Wonsetler in 2013.