Cynthia A. Jones




Cynthia Jones’s practice encompasses community associations and real estate law.

In her community associations practice, Cynthia addresses the development, creation and organization of condominium and homeowners associations, as well as the interpretation, enforcement and amendments of governing documents. She assists clients with the collection of unpaid assessments, including liens, foreclosures and bankruptcies.

Cynthia also offers services as general counsel to associations and supports clients with real estate transactions, condemnation proceedings, general litigation and dispute resolution. These services may include matters such as researching and rendering legal opinions on interpretation of the declarations and by-laws, association and board governance issues, dealing with violations of restrictive covenants or rules and regulations, attending board and association meetings and amending declarations and by-laws.

In her real estate work, Cynthia represents residential real estate developers and project finance organizations. She handles legal issues surrounding the acquisition, disposition, construction, management and development of residential communities. Her background includes the coordination and review of property portfolios and multi-state acquisitions.

Phone (704) 377-2500
Fax (704) 372-2619




J.D., University of South Carolina School of Law, 2004

B.A., History, Clemson University, 2000


South Carolina, 2005

North Carolina, 2004

U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina

Women's Initiative

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