William J. Anderson is the founder of William J. Anderson, P.A. Mr. Anderson was born in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. He attended Rutgers College where he received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology. While at Rutgers Mr. Anderson was a member of the football team. During his college years, he also played semi-professional soccer in the Tri-State area.
After college, Mr. Anderson enrolled in Nova Southeastern University School of Law. While in law school he received a Book Award in Estate and Gift Taxation and was a Florida Bar Disability Public Service Fellow. After receiving his Juris Doctor, Mr. Anderson furthered his legal training at the University of Miami School of Law where he graduated with an LL.M. in Taxation.
Mr. Anderson’s practice consists of a general civil practice with a concentration in real estate, real estate litigation and title insurance. His attention to detail and analytical skills make him an effective litigator and provide a sound foundation in resenting a client in a real estate transaction.
Mr. Anderson’s leisure hours are spent reading and participating in numerous sporting activities. He particularly enjoys outdoor activities, football, softball and exercising at Cycleward Studio with his wife. Mr. Anderson has been a member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward County, Inc. since 1997.
Buying and selling real estate is a very complex experience and can be unnecessarily expensive. Your real estate attorney can look out for your best interests and minimize risk, to ensure you get a clear title to your new property and help you protect your investment for the future.
Real estate agents and Mortgage brokers are not attorneys and may not be able to foresee legal problems or to structure contracts to avoid litigation or minimize its impact.
Before the closing, your attorney can explain the following:
As part of the job of protecting your interests, your attorney will:
At closing, your attorney will check every detail, making sure the documents carry out the parties' actual intent as originally expressed in the contract, and meet requirements for a marketable title. This is the most critical part of all, and your attorney's participation is important in helping you protect your investment and your financial security.
At our firm, you can have the peace of mind of having a qualified real estate attorney handle all facets of your real estate transaction. And if a problem does arise with your transaction, or if a problem has already occurred, our firm has the experience to see that the matter gets resolved through amicable means first. If the matter can not be amicably resolved our firm is prepared to litigate to best defend and/or protect our client's interests.
Civil Trial Law; Residential and Commercial Real Estate; Contract Law; Taxation; Business Law.
Nova Southeastern School of Law, J.D. 1999
University of Miami School of Law, LL.M., Taxation, 2001
Rutgers College, Rutgers University, B.A., 1995
Professional Associations & Memberships:
Broward County Bar Association
The Florida Bar
Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund
Fidelity National Title
Broward Attorney's Real Estate Council
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1973
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