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Raymond A. Ceresa, P.C. is a law firm formed in 1997 to specialize in the representation of condominium and homeowners associations.  Mr. Ceresa is a 1984 graduate of Washington & Lee University and a 1987 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law.  Mr. Ceresa joined the law firm of Rees, Broome and Diaz in 1987 and practiced community association law there until March 1997, when he opened his own firm.  Mr. Ceresa started his own firm because he believed that he could provide better and more individualized service to community association clients, than he could at a large firm.  He also believed that he could provide legal services at a fairer price.  Raymond A. Ceresa, P.C. serves clients in Loudoun County, Prince William County, Fairfax County, Arlington County and Frederick County in Virginia.


Raymond A. Ceresa, P.C. offers a unique approach to the practice of condominium and homeowners association law.  It is not enough for lawyers to know the law.  A good attorney must also appreciate the social and economic needs of community association clients.  For example, while community association law is well established in Virginia by the Virginia Condominium Act, Virginia Property Association Act, and numerous case law decisions, it cannot be applied in a vacuum.  Owners are individuals and a good lawyer must be able to distinguish between someone who will respond to negotiation and one who requires a more aggressive approach.  A lawyer who cannot tell the difference or who does not take the time to find out, will often waste a client’s money.

Raymond Ceresa PC * 20605 Gordon Pk Square, Suite 170 * Ashburn, VA * US * 20147

Disclaimer: These materials have been prepared by Raymond A. Ceresa, P.C. for informational purposes only and are not legal advice.  Transmission of this information is not intended to create and receipt does not constitute an attorney-client relationship.  The information contained on this web site is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and is not intended to constitute legal advice or as a substitute for seeking legal advice from a licensed attorney.