Jennifer Mantoni

Jennifer Mantoni

Mantoni Legal, P.A.
  • Landlord Tenant, Real Estate Law, Estate Planning ...
  • Florida
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Mantoni Legal offers an exceptionally dedicated personal approach to our clients and their cases. We provide the commitment you deserve, with a unique and in-depth understanding of the defenses and rights available to Landlords and Property Owners. Mantoni Legal will provide you efficient and reliable service, and take the time to give your case the personalized attention it deserves. Clients will receive unparalleled transparency through regular case updates and direct attorney contact to assure you that we are diligently handling your matter. With our modernized, better fee arrangements, to include flat fee evictions and multi-unit discounts, we will ease your concerns over exorbitant attorney's fees.


Jennifer Mantoni believes that when you hire an attorney, you should be able to communicate directly with that attorney. At Mantoni Legal, you are never treated like a number. We work hard to understand the details of your situation and develop a tactful legal strategy to attain the desired relief.


Winner of Charlotte Sun Best Attorney 2019 (2nd Place)


Jennifer Mantoni recognizes the ever-increasing mobile economy and embraces technology to better serve the needs of her clients. This approach allows us to accomplish your objectives in a cost-conscious manner.


We will promptly return your phone calls and email messages; we pride ourselves on same day response times. Our customized legal strategies and advice aim to timely accomplish your objectives.


Our personalized representation allows us to avoid oversights which inevitably occur when firms and attorneys juggle high-volume case loads

Practice Areas
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Real Estate Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate
  • Elder Law
  • Arbitration & Mediation
  • Construction Law
Additional Practice Area
  • Wills, Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Offering better fee arrangements to include flat fees and multi-volume discounts
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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  • English
Professional Experience
Mantoni Legal, P.A.
Florida Coastal School of Law
J.D. (2014)
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Florida Atlantic University
M.A. (2011)
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University of South Florida
B.A. (2007)
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2019 Best of Charlotte Winner - Attorney Jennifer Mantoni
Port Charlotte & Punta Gorda Sun Newspapers
Professional Associations
The Florida Bar  # 0113342
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BNI Harbor Professionals
- Current
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Florida Manufactured Housing Association
- Current
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Articles & Publications
Thesis: America's Transformation to Universal Healthcare
Speaking Engagements
FMHA - Conference
Florida Manufactured Housing Association
Florida Licensed Realtor
Legal Answers
17 Questions Answered

Q. If I signed a year long lease with my apartment landlord, can he sell the apartment before the year is up?
A: The landlord can sell the property but the new owner must take the property subject to your lease. The landlord nor the new owner can force you to leave unless a valid reason exists to terminate your tenancy. Unless there is a provision in your lease stating otherwise, your lease does not terminate when landlord sells. Again, by law, the new owner takes ownership subject to your lease - meaning your lease continues and the new owner becomes your new landlord.
Q. Can the landlord interfere with my private life or my girlfriends private life for no reason?
A: If the behavior doesn’t stop you’ll need to hire a lawyer to put him on notice that his behavior is in violation of Florida law. If he threatens you or your girlfriend in any way call the police. Florida law does not permit him to simply withhold your deposit- he must have a valid reason to do so. Nothing in what you stated above would justify him keeping your deposit.
Q. 3 day notice
A: Pay whatever you think you owe immediately. Advise your landlord in writing that the amounts on the notice are not accurate. Provide them proof of this. If they file for eviction you need to immediately respond to the complaint and deposit what amounts you think are past due into the court registry and file a motion to determine rent.
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Contact & Map
1777 Tamiami Trail
Suite 409
Port Charlotte, FL 33948
Telephone: (239) 687-3828
Cell: (239) 687-3828
Fax: (855) 740-1933