VINCENT J. SINCEK, Esq.

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VINCENT J. SINCEK

VINCENT J. SINCEK

Senior Attorney at Law

Practice Areas

Community Association Counsel
Civil Litigation
Real Property & Land Use Counsel



Legal Assistant: Suzi Estilow


Education

College of San Luis Rey, 1969
University of San Diego School of Law, 1997

Affiliations and Memberships

State Bar of California
Community Associations Institute (CAI)
California Association of Community Managers (CACM)

Overview

Vince Sincek is a native San Diegan. He received a B.A. in philosophy from the College of San Luis Rey in 1969. Vince’s early career was that of a Licensed Land Surveyor in the State of California. His strong aptitude for mathematics and trigonometry soon propelled him into civil engineering where his land use experience, the recommendations of others in the profession, and the successful completion of a State of California licensing examination earned him the professional designation Registered Civil Engineer. Vince spent fifteen years in the engineering and land use professions, including owning and managing his own firm.

In 1997, Vince earned his law degree cum laude from the University of San Diego School of Law. Joining Epsten, APC in the spring of 1998, his expertise in engineering and land use has enabled him to make valuable contributions to the firm’s real estate and construction law practice areas. Respectfully dubbed the “dirt expert” by his Epsten colleagues, Vince continues to be an important source of knowledge in legal matters involving litigated boundary disputes, drainage, land use and easement issues. He also represents homeowner associations in governance matters.

Events & Speaking Engagements

Dec
10
Fri
Epsten, APC Legal Symposium: Part 2 of a Two-Part Webinar Series @ Virtual via Zoom @ Virtual via Zoom
Dec 10 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

A Two-Part Webinar Series

Part II – December 10th
Attorney Q&A

Our Annual Legal Symposium provides community managers with continuing education credits via CACM and CAI (CAMICB).
Our 2021 program (for managers attending Part I and Part II) is pending approval via CACM (1 CEU) and the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB – 4 CEUs) to fulfill continuing education requirements for the CMCA® certification. (www.camicb.org).

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