A.J. Rohe has been practicing law in Lake County since 1997, when he was hired by Jim F. Keedy. The firm later became Keedy & Rohe, P.A. In late 2002, A.J. started his own firm. The firm grew from one person practicing exclusively family law to a 16-person operation at two separate offices. All of the attorneys in the firm handled family-law matters, but each also practiced in other areas. In 2014, A.J. partnered with Dusty Twyman, and the practice has reached into other counties totaling three office with over 20 employees.
A.J. graduated from Umatilla High School in 1988 and from the University of Florida in 1993. He graduated from the University of Florida College of Law in 1996 with honors. In addition to being a member of the Lake County Bar Association and Florida Bar Association, he has also been active with the Lake and Sumter County Inns of Court and did, for several years, serve on committees for the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar. A large portion of Mr. Rohe’s service on the Support Issues Committee was focused on analyzing Florida case law involving alimony and legislation in other states involving alimony, and model alimony guidelines, in an effort to create a proposal for legislation creating Florida alimony guidelines.
A.J. has taught civil procedure at the college level and volunteered for multiple years as a teen court judge. He also has multiple years on state committees dealing with proposed legislation affecting child support and division of assets and debts. He has argued before the Appellate Court and was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States in 2009.