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MIAMI – August 10, 2021 – Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney welcomes Roselvin Edelman, counsel in the Tax section and Nicole Grimal Helmstetter, counsel in the Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights practice, to the firm’s rapidly growing Miami office.

Edelman represents high net worth individuals in all matters related to trust and probate litigation, including contested wills and trusts, disputes concerning the obligations of fiduciaries such as trustees and executors, and the interpretation of testamentary instruments. She also has extensive experience litigating complex commercial matters in state and federal courts.

Helmstetter focuses exclusively in the areas of bankruptcy, business restructuring and creditors’ rights and works with creditors, debtors, fiduciaries, trustees, creditors’ committees, restructuring officers and all other parties on the bankruptcy spectrum. She specializes in helping both large and small business owners and high net worth individuals stave off or solve their financial challenges during difficult times and emerge profitable on the other side. Helmstetter also specializes in guiding creditors on the lenders’ side of these negotiations.

“Rose and Nicole are fantastic additions to our Miami office. They both bring tremendous experience in their respective practice areas – both of which are of importance to our South Florida clients,” said Jennifer Olmedo-Rodriguez, shareholder and head of the Miami office. “Over the past year, our office has continued to grow steadily with further growth on the horizon.”

“I’m very impressed by the dynamic, energetic, and talented group of attorneys in the Miami office and am glad to be part of a growing team. I’m looking forward to serving clients across Buchanan’s national platform,” said Helmstetter.

“Not only does Buchanan have some of the best litigators and tax attorneys in the industry, but coupled with the firm’s focus on growth in South Florida and the diversity of the Miami office, this was an opportunity I could not pass up,” added Edelman.

Edelman received her B.A. from the University of Florida and her J.D. from Emory University School of Law. 

Helmstetter received her B.A. and J.D. from Florida International University.