Attorneys at McCabe & Ronsman hold decades of experience in various aspects of real estate, HOA, construction, construction defects, business litigation and insurance disputes. Equipped with this experience, the Firm provides comprehensive insight into the interaction of the various laws and regulations governing these areas.
Michael J. McCabe, is a shareholder at McCabe & Ronsman and practices in the areas of construction, real estate, community association law, eminent domain, land use, and government.
Edward Ronsman is a shareholder of McCabe & Ronsman and practices in the area of community association law. Mr. Ronsman is a Florida Bar Board Certified Specialist in the area of Condominium & Planned Development Law – the first year that such certification was offered.
Alexandra M. Amador practices in the areas of real estate, community association law, business transactions, construction, and appeals. Prior to entering the practice of law, Ms. Amador worked for a community association management company for over ten years as an architectural manager and comptroller.
James Roche is a partner at McCabe & Ronsman and practices in the area of community association law. Mr. Roche spent most of his life in St. Augustine and received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Flagler College. He earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Tennessee, College of Law, where he was a member of the Student Bar Association and the Sports & Entertainment Law Society.
Chase Mills is an attorney with McCabe & Ronsman and practices in the area of community association, business, and real estate law. Mr. Mills received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Florida State University in 2010.
James A. Klempin practices in the areas of real estate, contract, construction, community association law, eminent domain, land use, and government. Mr. Klempin worked at the McCabe & Ronsman during his time in law school as a Law Clerk.
Colby Keefe is an associate attorney with McCabe & Ronsman on the community association team. Ms. Keefe received her Bachelor of Arts in political science from Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida and earned her Juris Doctor degree from University of Georgia School of Law in 2016. While a student at Georgia Law, Ms. Keefe served as a Notes Editor on the Journal of Intellectual Property.