Jackson Kracht is an experienced attorney who has been practicing law in Florida since 2002. Mr. Kracht served as an Assistant State Attorney in and for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit in Sarasota County before moving on to private practice.
Before going to law school, Mr. Kracht received a commission as an Officer in the United States Air Force where he served from 1993 until 2001. Mr. Kracht served in Operation Southern Watch/Desert Storm (Saudi Arabia), Operation Provide Comfort (Turkey) and Operation Joint Guard (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Mr. Kracht left the Air Force as a Captain to pursue a career in the law.
Mr. Kracht has substantial experience in civil litigation concentrating specifically on complex business litigation, real estate dispute litigation, construction litigation, condominium and homeowner association litigation, probate and estate litigation, and corporate and commercial litigation. Most recently, Mr. Kracht has focused his practice on representing community associations (condominiums, homeowners associations, and cooperatives).
Areas of Practice
- Community Association Law
- Restrictive Covenant Enforcement
- Consumer Collections
- Commercial Collections
- Civil Litigation
- Real Estate Litigation
- Business Litigation
- Oklahoma 2000
- Florida 2002
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida 2002
University of Oklahoma College of Law
- J.D. – 2000
- University of South Florida
- B.A. – 1992
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Florida Bar
- Oklahoma Bar
- Sarasota County Bar Association, past board member of Young Lawyer’s Division
- Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 3233 (Lifetime Member)