Spach, Capaldi & Waggaman, LLP’s attorneys are committed to securing every advantage for their clients. Our diligence and discipline break through the problems other lawyers miss. Where our clients struggle with perplexing business problems, we bring clarity.
Ms. Voivedich’s practical experience in real estate, bankruptcy, and banking grounds her litigation practice in real-world business concerns.
Amanda L. Voivedich is an associate at Spach, Capaldi & Waggaman, LLP. Ms. Voivedich concentrates on bank litigation and business disputes; she has a record of achieving highly-favorable judgments and settlements for her clients in complex lender liability suits, guaranty actions, title insurer liability claims, collections, and other matters, both within and outside of bankruptcy.
Ms. Voivedich graduated from Chapman University School of Law in May of 2010, where she received her Juris Doctor degree with an emphasis in real estate, land use, and environmental law, focusing on real estate transactions. After being offered Chapman’s Provost Law Scholarship, she moved to southern California from Houston, Texas, where she received her B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Houston in 2006.
Before law school, Ms. Voivedich worked in the bankruptcy and title departments of a foreclosure and bankruptcy law firm. Her undergraduate program’s emphasis on real estate finance and her work with banks inspired her to become a lawyer and to focus on real estate and banking. Ms. Voivedich’s practical experience in real estate, bankruptcy, and banking grounds her litigation practice in real-world business concerns.