Sady’s practice focuses primarily on residential real estate and mortgage banking law with a specialty in default services. She is the Managing Attorney of the firm’s Alabama Practice and brings a diverse legal background to the position. Prior to joining ALAW, Sady worked for another regional default servicing firm, overseeing its Non-judicial Foreclosure and Title Clearance Group for the state of Alabama. She also has invaluable experience in handling retail closings, post-sale ejectment actions, and the REO resale of foreclosed properties along with representing creditors in bankruptcy proceedings. In addition to transactional disciplines, Sady has been involved in both corporate and class-action litigation. Her vast array of legal knowledge makes her remarkably creative in resolving issues both proficiently and professionally, allowing her to provide exceptional services to the firm’s clients.
Sady completed her undergraduate studies with honors at the University of Alabama, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Psychology. Upon graduation from college, she earned her Juris Doctor from the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. Sady also spent a summer abroad in Europe in conjunction with the University of Miami law school, studying International Dispute Resolution and Global Lawyering. She became a member of the Alabama State Bar in September 2010 and is admitted to practice in all Alabama state courts and the federal courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Alabama. Sady is also a licensed attorney in the state of Georgia.