Community Association Law, Real Estate
Jessica L. Knox, Esq., received a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities in 2000 and graduated from the University of Wisconsin law school in Madison, Wisconsin in 2003. From 2005 through 2011, she represented condominium and homeowners’ associations throughout the state of Wisconsin. During that time, she was also actively involved in the Wisconsin chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI). Jessica served on the chapter’s Board of Directors and chaired the Legislative Action Committee. She was also a member of the Milwaukee and Madison Trade Show Committees and the Program and Education Committee.
Jessica presented numerous continuing education seminars to Wisconsin attorneys through the Wisconsin Bar Association and the National Business Institute. She was also a frequent lecturer to condominium and homeowners’ association board members at CAI-WI educational programs, and regularly authored articles for the CAI newsletter, Community Leader.
Jessica moved to Florida in late 2011, and was admitted to the Florida Bar in early 2012. Jessica worked for a local Tampa area firm for approximately three years, practicing almost exclusively in the area of condominium and homeowner association law. She counsels associations in all aspects of community association law, including interpretation of condominium documents, fiscal issues such as budgeting and special assessments, maintenance responsibility issues, elections and meeting procedure, contract negotiation, rule enforcement, owner disputes, and collection of delinquent assessments.