Frank J. Aloia, Jr.
Frank J. Aloia, Jr., is a senior partner at Aloia Roland, which he co-founded in 2004. The son of a successful Fort Myers attorney, Aloia, chose to make his own way in the legal profession, first as an assistant state attorney, and then later as a business and corporate attorney who quickly gained a reputation as a fierce litigator. This skill, combined with an extensive working knowledge of the real estate industry, led Aloia to increasingly focus his practice on multivariate real estate litigation, commercial real estate law, and corporate transactional law.
In addition to bringing his substantive commercial and real estate legal acumen to bear on behalf of his clients, Aloia also offers perspectives and insights that can only come from being a successful entrepreneur.
Aloia and his fellow partners have grown their firm rapidly: from a two attorney/two staff operation in 2004 to the eight attorney/20 staff firm of today. Over the past four years, Aloia and his fellow partners have heavily reinvested in their firm to offer the full range of legal services demanded by multifaceted clients. This expansive skill base and resource depth have assisted many of Aloia’s clients to, not only protect their business interests, but to achieve consistent and positive momentum.
Involvement & Education
Aloia is member of the Lee County Bar Association, The Southwest Florida Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, Lee County Real Estate Council, President of Atlas Title of S.W. FL, Inc., a title agent for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, and is a past member of the Attorney’s Title Fund Services Circuit Advisory Council and the Calusa Chapter of Inns of Court.
Within the community, Aloia serves on the Board of Directors of the Thomas Edison & Henry Ford Winter Estates, Inc. and is the 2019-2020 Chairman of the Board. In addition, he serves on the Board of Directors for the Fiddlesticks Country Club and is currently the secretary. He is an active parishioner at The Church of the Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic Church.
Aloia was conferred a Juris Doctor at the Florida State University College of Law and holds a Bachelor of Science from Florida State University.