About Us

The Ruggieri Law Firm, PA is committed to providing a level of service to Community Associations that is otherwise impossible to provide on a larger scale.

At a certain stage in a Community Association law firm’s growth, it simply becomes impossible to provide a truly personalized level of service. We understand the importance of personal attention and reliable communication for our clients. We recognize the significance of smart growth for our firm and have pledged to limit our practice so we will be able to continuously provide personalized attention to all of our clients.

Mr. Ruggieri began representing Community Associations in 1999. With over 15 years devoted to the representation of Community Associations, the greatest satisfaction has been the development of client relationships that have spanned throughout this time. The Firm’s clients are located throughout Central Florida, including Marion, Seminole, Orange, Osceola, Brevard, Clay and Pasco County. We are a full service Community Association law firm committed to all aspects of our clients’ needs, including collections, covenant enforcement matters, document drafting and construction defects.

With over 15 years devoted to the representation of Community Associations, the greatest satisfaction has been the development of client relationships that have spanned throughout this time.

Our firm’s philosophy is to maintain a direct relationship with all of our Community Association clients while also offering an ease of communication by providing a direct office line as well as personal cell phone access to the Association’s attorney. Monthly status reports for all open matters will be personally prepared, by each attorney, in a format that is easy to understand.

We look forward to serving your Community and providing a level of service beyond reproach.

Meet Frank Ruggieri

Frank A. Ruggieri is the founding member of The Ruggieri Law Firm, P.A. Mr. Ruggieri has devoted his practice to the Central Florida area since 1996 when Mr. Ruggieri first began practicing law.
Frank Ruggieri, P.A.

Beginning in 1999, Mr. Ruggieri has focused his practice on representing Community Associations exclusively, including Condominium, Homeowners, and Mobile Home Communities in addition to related “Community Development Districts”. Mr. Ruggieri’s experience has included a devotion to litigation, including trials and prosecution of appeals before the First and Fifth District Courts of Appeal, as well as Bankruptcy matters primarily in the Federal Court System’s Middle District of Florida. Mr. Ruggieri has prosecuted and defended covenant violation, collection, commercial and construction defect cases on behalf of the Firm’s Community Association clients. Frank also brings a unique perspective to his area of concentration through experience representing a small number of real estate developers in obtaining State approval for the development of Condominiums as well as single-family project sites and mixed-use developments.

Mr. Ruggieri received his Bachelor of Science in Management at The Florida State University with honors. He has since been admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Ruggieri’s Federal litigation experience includes representing the Firm’s community association clients in Bankruptcy Court in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida in connection with collection matters. Mr. Ruggieri has been published in CondoManagement Magazine, submitting articles regarding collection and covenant violation litigation. He has likewise spoken on community association topics at Community Association Institute and Orange County Homeowners Forums, in addition to teaching courses certified by the State of Florida for continuing education credits for Licensed Community Association Managers and State approved Board Member Certification courses.

Anthony Paris III, Esq.

Anthony Paris III, Esq.

Mr. Paris is an alumnus of the University of North Florida where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology. Following his undergraduate studies, Mr. Paris attended the Florida A&M College of Law, from which he graduated with honors. During his time in law school, Mr. Paris was a member of the University’s law review program, and worked full time as a legal clerk. It was during this time he discovered his passion for association law, which he has been practicing since obtaining his license. Among other things, Mr. Paris has helped associations with such endeavors as covenant enforcement, collections, eviction actions, general legal advice and planned development modifications.