Aaron A. White is a shareholder in the firm. He is double board certified by the Florida Bar and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator. He practices in the firm’s South Walton Office.
Aaron is Board Certified by the Florida Bar as a Specialist in Construction Law. He represents owners, contractors, and design professionals in all aspects of construction, including pre-construction contract drafting and negotiation, disputes arising during construction, mechanics liens and other payment disputes, and post-construction defect and delay claims.
Aaron is also Board Certified by the Florida Bar as Specialist in Condominium and Planned Development Law and dedicates a large portion of his practice to the representation of condominium and homeowner’s associations in Bay, Walton, and Okaloosa Counties, oftentimes serving as general legal counsel. Legal services include advising board members and association management to ensure compliance with applicable laws, collection of delinquent assessments, contract drafting, governing document revisions, meeting attendance, and litigation matters.
Aaron also represents parties in real estate litigation matters, including, but not limited to, failure to disclose cases, other real estate contract disputes, and easement disputes.
Aaron represents insureds in disputes with their insurance companies for failure to timely pay claims, as well.
In addition to his litigation practice, Aaron provides general legal counsel to a variety of businesses in the fields of construction, real estate, and entertainment, among others.
Aaron is Certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Circuit Civil Mediator and is available to mediate cases throughout the State of Florida, with particular emphasis on claims involving construction, community associations (including statutorily required pre-suit mediations), and real property and insurance disputes.
Aaron is active in both the local Walton County Bar Association, having served as both President and Vice-President of the organization, as well as the Florida Bar, currently serving as a member of the First Circuit’s Grievance Committee, the body designated by the bar to conduct the initial investigation and review of bar grievances filed in the circuit.
When not at work, Aaron enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, coaching his boys’ soccer teams, and being outdoors cycling, surfing, fishing, and off-roading.