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Bryan R. Findley

Email: brf@b-a-law.com

Bryan R. Findley continues a strong family legal tradition as a third generation attorney, originally born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. Bryan received his Bachelor of Arts from Butler University in 2009 with a dual focus in Sociology and Criminology and a minor in Philosophy. During his time as an undergraduate, Bryan was the driving force behind and the Re-Founding President of the Phi Delta Theta Men’s Fraternity. When he was not being an active member of his community, Bryan regularly spent time camping at his family’s property while staying in cabins hand-built by his grandfather.

After graduating from Butler University, Bryan began work for a medical equipment company located in Indianapolis. He immensely enjoyed the challenges of his work, being able to assist his clients, and learning the intricacies of running a boutique, professional business. Yet, Bryan yearned to continue his family tradition of practicing law.

Bryan moved to Naples, Florida to attend Ave Maria School of Law. He developed his research and drafting skills while completing an Internship with the Attorney General’s Office of Statewide Prosecution. Always having had an interest in Real Estate and Property matters, Bryan continued his extra-curricular education by clerking for a title attorney in Naples, Florida. Bryan was then hired as a Law Clerk by Butcher & Associates, P.L. to assist the firm with all matters of its practice. 

Bryan’s career with the Firm began by drafting transactional documents for the Firm’s managing partners.  Under their mentorship, Bryan’s responsibilities quickly grew. In short time, Bryan became responsible for drafting all manners of pleadings, conducting client interviews and meetings, and assisting the Firm’s various Condominium and Homeowners Association clients with their governance issues. Bryan graduated from Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, Florida in 2013.

As an Attorney with Butcher & Associates, P.L., Bryan’s practice areas focus on Real Estate law, Property law, HOA/Condominium law, and civil litigation.