Mr. Wolfe has a long history in Southeast Georgia and Northeast Florida. He received his undergraduate degree from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia, in 1981 and was a Naval Officer and SH-‐3 Sea King pilot for many years at NAS Jacksonville. In 2005, Mr. Wolfe received his law degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. After law school Mr. Wolfe became an Associate Attorney in the Jacksonville law firm of League & Jesperson, P.A. where he was in charge of the Real Estate Department. In 2008 Mr. Wolfe joined with Mr. Crumley to form Crumley & Wolfe, P.A. specializing in bankruptcy and real estate matters. Mr. Wolfe focuses his practice largely on assisting individuals and small businesses in filing for bankruptcy relief under Chapters 7 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Mr. Wolfe also focuses his practice on real estate matters, wills and estate planning.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Wolfe was a licensed Florida Real Estate broker. He currently maintains this license, however, he does not actively broker real estate transactions. Mr. Wolfe has also been highly involved in historic preservation, having restored several homes in the Riverside-‐Avondale Historic District and having served for several years on the Board of Riverside-‐Avondale Preservation. Mr. Wolfe has also served as the President of the Aliki Townhouse Association in Flagler Beach, Florida for the last several years. Mr. Wolfe is also active is the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, and is presently serving the final year of a three year term on the Vestry.
Mr. Wolfe was admitted to bar, 2006, Florida. Also a member of the Federal Bar in the Middle District of Florida.
- Georgia Southern College (B.A., History, 1981)
- Auburn University at Montgomery (M.A., Political Science, 1992)
- University of Florida (J.D., 2005)
- Jacksonville Bar Association
- Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association
- Real Estate
- Estate Planning
Email Mr. Wolfe at email@example.com