Law firm opens financial arm

Jun 26, 2017 by Lucy Chabot Reed

 

Luxury Law Group, a Fort Lauderdale-based law firm that focuses on yachts, jets and real estate, has launched Luxury Financial Group, a financial division to help its high net worth clients manage its acquisitions and sales. Noelle Norvell, formerly with MarineMax and First Union Bank, has been named president.

After a career in the corporate world, she said she’s looking forward to working with a smaller, boutique company.

Luxury Law Group Managing Partner Danielle Butler, left, and Luxury Financial Group President Noelle Norvell celebrate the opening in June. Photo by Lucy Chabot Reed

“It enables me to take my skill set and have an imprint with clients a lot quicker,” Norvell said at the company’s opening reception in June.

For more information, visit www.lfg.money.

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