100 Percent Dedicated To Real Property Issues

At Seward Law Office, P.A., our legal practice is entirely dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of individuals, businesses and community associations in matters of Florida real estate. If you have questions or concerns about a lease, contract or real estate transaction, or if you need representation or guidance regarding condo association laws or HOA laws, we are the law firm to choose.

Founding attorney Alicia R. Seward has the knowledge, experience and resources to handle the most complex real estate matters, including commercial and residential landlord/tenant disputes, real estate closings and real estate litigation. She can assess your situation, explain your options and develop a customized plan for achieving your specific goals. With offices in Tampa and St. Petersburg, Alicia advises and represents clients throughout the Tampa Bay Area.

Your Legal Guide For Real Estate Closings

In real estate transactions, buyers and sellers must do their best to guard against avoidable and potentially costly mistakes. Attorney Alicia R. Seward has extensive experience in these matters. She knows how to help buyers and sellers get the most out of their investments while avoiding legal pitfalls.

Whether your concern is a residential or commercial property, Alicia can provide the legal guidance and due diligence you need to ensure that your real estate closing goes as smoothly as possible — and without any unwanted surprises.

Providing Outstanding Client Service

Prompt, personal service is a hallmark of our legal practice. Each and every time you contact the firm, you will speak directly with a lawyer who is well-versed in all aspects of real estate law.

Attorney Alicia R. Seward is known throughout the Tampa Bay Area for cost-effective, solutions-oriented legal advocacy. She is always accessible and courteous, and she understands that your situation is unique. You can rely on her to provide personalized legal solutions and high-quality service in whatever real estate matter you may be facing.