Attorneys and Counselors at Law

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Barfield, McCain P.A. is an AV-rated® real estate law firm that is recognized throughout Florida for providing superior, cost effective legal services to landlords, real estate investors, management companies, lenders, developers, associations and real estate professionals. An AV-rating® by Martindale Hubbell,, indicates that a lawyer has reached the height of professional excellence and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity.

Barfield, McCain P.A. specializes in the following areas of practice:

  • Commercial/Residential Real Estate Transactions
  • Landlord-Tenant Law
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Condominium/Homeowners Association Law
  • Business Transactions

Since 1987, our Law Firm has served Florida real estate clients in contract preparation, acquisitions, sales and litigation. Embracing the multi-disciplinary concept, Barfield, McCain P.A. affiliates with other real estate professionals in order to support each client and each transaction throughout the entire process.



An observation by the U.S. Supreme Court, made when our country was still defining its core values, is powerful and relevant in the twenty-first century. Below is the classic declaration by Justice Paterson, which is the foundation of our mission:

“The right of acquiring and possessing property and having it protected,” Justice Paterson wrote in an early Supreme Court opinion, “is one of the natural inherent and unalienable rights of man. Men have a sense of property: property is necessary to their subsistence, and correspondent to their natural wants and desires; its security was one of the objects that induced them to unite in society. No man would become a member of a community in which he could not enjoy the fruits of his honest labor and industry. The preservation of property, then, is a primary object of the social compact” (Van Horne’s Lessee v. Dorrance, 2 Dall. 304, 310: 1795).