Awards and Organizations
- Bowman – Ashe Academic Scholarship
- American Association for Justice
- Broward County Justice Association
- The Florida Bar
- American Bar Association
- Graduate of Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Litigation Model Boot Camp
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- National Institute for Trial Advocacy – Intensive Trial Training Skills Program
- Former Board Member of Broward County Hurricane Club
- Volunteer for the Florida Brain Tumor Association
- Volunteer for the Greg Wohrle Foundation
- Volunteer for Broward’s Legal Aid Society
- Founder of Young Entrepreneur’s Symposium, a nationwide BBS
- Former Secretary/Treasurer of the Miami Project for Paralysis/University of Miami Honors Graduate Bouniconti Fund
Before Evan began his law career, his passion for the law and for fighting for those seeking and deserving justice was firmly cemented in his heart. As a teenager in high school, Evan was not only drawn to the competitive nature of wrestling but he also engaged his early sense for honing compelling, heartfelt arguments by competing in team debate. He and his team debate partner travelled around the country, winning several national tournaments, including the prestigious Emory University Tournament.
At every stage of Evan’s academic studies he received numerous accolades and awards. After graduating the world renowned Pine Crest High School in 1990, Evan went on to attend the University of Miami on an academic Scholarship. He was recognized for having the highest grade point average in his fraternity pledge class and was frequently on the Dean’s List and Provost List for academic achievement. In 1994, Evan graduated with “General Honors” and was recognized for helping form the first collegiate electronic Bulletin Board System called Young Entrepreneur’s Symposium. The system linked college students from around the country together online before the internet as we know it today was created.
While in law school, Evan maintained a high grade point average and held several jobs in order to hone his practical experience. Ultimately, this early experience paid off. As a young attorney, it did not take long for Evan to dive head first in to a high profile jury trial. He prepared and delivered the closing argument that helped obtain a $1,300,000 verdict for a woman who fell at Wal-Mart. Since that trial, Evan has been involved in countless cases against almost every major financial institution, creditor, insurance company, and retailer in America. This has led to him spending numerous hours in the courtroom trying cases, arguing motions, and studying the psychology and art of jury selection with renowned jury consultants . He has been a part of several multi-million dollar and numerous six figure results. Evan has also been able to help clients obtain every type of loan and mortgage modification available. This includes short sales, principal reductions, deeds-in-lieu of foreclosure, cash for keys and dismissals.
When it comes to foreclosure defense and debt defense, Evan utilizes a comprehensive, aggressive approach. Relying on an extensive and ever expanding knowledge base of all applicable rules of procedure, evidence, debt collection practices and bankruptcy law, Evan routinely uncovers fraud, false documents, “robo-signing”, servicing errors, misapplication of payments, evidentiary violations, discovery violations, illegal collection practices and more. In some cases, that’s enough to make the phone ring with a fair offer on the other side. In others, Evan is also able to prepare a Broker’s Price Opinion and educate the bank as to the true fair market value of a property so they understand that even if they are able to foreclose, they will be far better off working something out with you.
As part of his ongoing diligence and passion for representing clients, Evan is actively engaged with lawyers from around the country in seminars, e-mail list serves and discussion groups to hone legal argument and theory resulting from our nation’s intricate mortgage and foreclosure process. His detailed understanding of the important aspects of bankruptcy law allows him to give clients the ability to explore all possible options and ultimately seek relief afforded under the Code.
Either by itself or as part of a comprehensive foreclosure defense strategy, Evan also serves clients by representing them in bankruptcy filings and proceedings. He has extensive knowledge of the United States Bankruptcy Code, one of our country’s most powerful set of laws. His detailed understanding of the important aspects of bankruptcy allows him to give clients facing financial problems the ability to explore all possible options and ultimately seek relief afforded under the Code. Evan is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and is qualified and duly admitted to practice law in the Southern District of the United States District Court. He is also only one of a very select group of Bankruptcy litigators who graduated from the Max Gardner Bankruptcy Litigation Model Boot Camp. Having attended other Max Gardner seminars, Evan is now a “General” in the Max Gardner bankruptcy boot camp “army.”
Evan also enjoys pursuing creditors for any number of consumer debt collection practice violations pursuant to several different state and federal statues as well as helping clients challenge and remove improper negative marks on their credit report through his extensive knowledge of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act and other applicable state and federal statutes.
Evan is just as passionate about serving the community at large. He has volunteered as Secretary and Treasurer of the Miami Project for Paralysis, laborer for Habitat for Humanity, and organizer for the Florida Brain Tumor Association and the Greg Wohrle Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in the name of one of Evan’s closest childhood friends, to help those fighting brain cancer. His newest volunteer efforts are in the courtroom as a volunteer with Broward’s Legal Aid Society, helping those who cannot afford a lawyer to fight their foreclosure, find a viable foreclosure alternative and/or file for bankruptcy. He also assists in the Southern District pro-se bankruptcy clinic which helps those who cannot afford a lawyer obtain information on bankruptcy. Evan is also a member of the American Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, Broward County Justice Association, American Association for Justice, Florida Justice Association, and was a board member of the Broward Hurricane Club. He is also a devoted father and husband.
Evan M. Rosen prides himself on his trial, foreclosure defense, debt defense, bankruptcy, and real estate experience and knowledge. He is a firm believer that if he and the others members of the team at the Law Offices of Evan M. Rosen, P.A. focus on providing a top notch service to their clients, everything else will take care of itself. It is with this philosophy, that Evan and his staff are here to serve you, focused on one goal, providing you with outstanding legal representation and exceptional personal service.