John McE. Miller is Rock Solid Law’s founding attorney. He chose Jacksonville, Florida in the mid-eighties due to its location on the ocean and its then population of about three-quarters of a million people. It was just the size city that John felt he could grow with and make an impact upon. Practicing in downtown Jacksonville for the first six years, John learned his craft under some of Jacksonville’s finest attorneys.
In 1991, John moved his practice to the Beach. His first office was in Ponte Vedra, and he enjoyed the freedom that solo practice granted him to serve smaller clients in ways that positively impacted their businesses and lives. During this time, John served as President of the Jacksonville Beaches Bar association. In 1998, John moved his office into Duval County and continued to practice under his name for the next 20 years. In 2012, John founded Rock Solid Business Law to further focus attention on the needs of Jacksonville’s business community.
John enjoys being involved in various professional and civic organizations and was a two-term president of the Beaches Business Association. Other organizations John enjoys being active in include: the North East Florida Association of Realtors, The Small Business Resource Network, Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, Beaches Division, Florida Association of Mortgage Professionals, and the Jacksonville Bar Association.
John lives at the beach with his wife Krista and their two beautiful young children.
Ms. Adamy is Rock Solid Law’s Senior Associate, practicing in the firm’s Trust, Estates, and Elder Law Department. Her diverse practice experiences range from representing clients in contested guardianship proceedings to spousal rights litigation. Her practice focuses on trust and estate administration, estate planning, asset protection, elder law, long-term care, Medicaid, special needs trusts and guardianships.
Ms. Adamy received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo, where she continued on to receive her law degree. During law school, Ms. Adamy received the William J. Regan Award which honored her as the law school graduate demonstrating the greatest proficiency in estates and surrogates law who is at the same time motivated by a strong concern for public interest and welfare.
Ms. Adamy practiced for five years in New York, based in Buffalo, and an additional year in Gainesville, Florida prior to relocating to practice with Rock Solid Law.
Lisa Sawyer is Rock Solid’s Real Estate Closing Manager. Lisa has 30 years experience in the title insurance industry and has worked in the Jacksonville area since 1997. She processes, closes and post-closes her files, and offers our customers a very hands on approach. She is the main point of contact on Rock Solid Law Real Estate files and guides our clients through a smooth closing process, professionally and on time.
Lisa is very involved in the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors, the Women’s Council of Realtors, and the Sales and Marketing Council of the Northeast Florida Builders Association. She has also been involved with many volunteer activities that are supported by the real estate community, including the Daniel Memorial Home for Children.
Matthew Keaton-Smith is Rock Solid Law’s Director of Client Relations. Matthew is responsible for client outreach and business development initiatives. He is actively involved in the firm’s presentations at industry conferences and represents the firm in professional organizations. With his personable nature, Matthew will ensure you or your business will feel at home at RSL. With being the youngest of the team, he is our marketing and social media guru. Matthew has worked in the legal field for seven years perfecting his ability to navigate the extraordinary yet intricate relationship between the client and their legal team in the Northeast & Central Florida areas. While not in the office or out in the community representing RSL, you’ll find Matthew at the beach, camping, meditating, practicing Yoga or singing and acting on a local theatre stage.