Attorney at Law
Chris has been a longtime resident of Naples. He moved with his family to Naples from Philadelphia, PA in 1980. Earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Florida State University (1992) paved the way for a Masters in Business Administration from Mercer University (1995). He then moved to California to obtain his Law Degree at California Western School of Law (1998). While in law school Chris was active in trial advocacy, business and telecommunications law. He interned at the San Diego Public Defender’s Office and with the Office of General Counsel-Bell Atlantic Corp. in Philadelphia, PA. With sunny Southwest Florida calling him home, he moved back to Naples with his wife, Madi, to raise their three daughters and continue his career in law.
Over 20 years later, after periods of both entrepreneurship and practicing law, Chris started Cona Law PLLC to establish lasting relationships with his Real Estate, Business and Estate Planning clients through practical, economical and innovative legal counsel. Chris is a member of the Florida Bar Association and the Collier County Bar Association.
Real Estate Paralegal
Originally from Ithaca, NY, Kristine came to Florida leaving the snow behind her in 1995. A couple years later she met her husband, Paul, and they have raised two daughters in Naples and recently became grandparents.
In 1998, Kristine received her Associates in Paralegal Studies and followed by a Bachelor’s in Legal Studies in 2000, both from Hodges University in Naples, Florida. After becoming a Florida Licensed Title Agent in 2013, she continued her education at Hodges University, receiving her Juris Master (JM), formerly Masters in Legal Studies.
Kristine has over 20 years of experience in real estate closings, working with title companies and real estate attorneys.
Madi Cona is a native Neapolitan who settled back into Naples life twenty-plus years ago with her attorney husband, Chris. Madi found relief from the hectic hustle and bustle of raising three young children when a friend produced a chance to become an entrepreneur. Little did she know, that would open doors to many more opportunities where she was able to fine tune her skills in marketing, business operations and development, and interpersonal relationships in a rapidly changing internet-based world. Now, having embarked on a journey to grow a family business, she is utilizing those skills to maintain the accounting and organization of Cona Law.