Toby Snively, Esquire

Toby's practice focuses on litigation, dispute resolution

and providing legal advice on a wide variety issues that arise during a community association’s operations. Prior to joining Law Offices of John L. Di Masi, P.A., Toby practiced in the areas of litigation, real estate and creditors rights, and he lead the Florida First Legal Department at a national law firm. Toby is admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts and the United

States Middle District of Florida, and he has further experience in the Florida District Courts of Appeal and the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings.

Toby received his J.D. from Barry University School of Law in 2005 where he served on the Moot Court Board and as an Academic Success Instructor. During law school, he received Florida Supreme Court certification as a County Court Mediator, Book Awards recognizing his grades, and he worked as a Law Clerk. In addition, Toby graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S. in Journalism and Communications .

Toby has been recognized by his peers as a Florida Super Lawyers “Rising Star” top rated Real Estate Attorney and is frequently featured as a speaker at board certification courses and community association law seminars. Toby volunteers at Habitat for Humanity (500+ hours) and on the Architectural Review Committee for his Community Association. He has also

volunteered at the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, Orange County Bar Association and on the Board of Directors for his Community Association.

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