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Jena Conley


Civil and Property Litigation

Meet Jena Conley

Jena Conley was born and raised in Daytona Beach, Florida. Jena graduated from the University of Florida in 2020, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree. While pursuing her undergraduate studies, Jena interned at the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, where she fell in love with the legal profession. Jena then continued her education at Stetson University of Law.

While in law school, Jena worked at a civil litigation firm. She also volunteered at a family law clinic at the Hillsborough County Courthouse, where she assisted in family law cases. Jena received her Juris Doctor degree and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2023. Jena is happy to be back in her hometown, where she now serves as an associate attorney for Rice Law Firm.

Jena Conley's Blog

Property ownership in Florida can be a complicated endeavor, especially when owned among several individuals. This shared ownership can introduce a host of legal complexities that require careful consideration. When property co-ownership issues arise, it’s advisable to seek assistance from an experienced attorney to effectively address these matters.
Leasing property can sometimes come with unexpected difficulties. Situations may arise where a landlord needs to terminate a leasing agreement before the end of the leasing period. Chapter 83, Florida Statutes, governs residential rental agreements in Florida and provides statutory requirements that a landlord must follow to legally terminate a lease early. As a landlord, it is essential to understand these laws or to contact a knowledgeable attorney to ensure compliance with Florida’s laws that serve to protect both landlords and tenants.