Seward Law Office, P.A.

3112 W. Kennedy Blvd
Suite C
Tampa, FL, 33609
(813) 252-6789

Tampa HOA, condo & landlord/tenant lawyer Alicia Seward and her team provide skilled and knowledgeable advice and representation based on years of experience helping Florida property owners navigate the complexities of real estate law and achieve results.

Seward Law Office caters to the needs of buyers, sellers, agents, brokers, property managers, landlords and tenants by providing a complete suite of real estate legal services in the Tampa Bay area. Whether real estate touches on your home, your business or your livelihood, you need to know that you are making the right decisions and that a capable and experienced lawyer has your back should any disputes, conflicts or complications arise. Call on the Seward Law Office for help with any Tampa real estate legal matter, including:

Deed Preparation – The deed is the legal instrument used to convey a valid title from the seller to the buyer, and it should not be taken lightly. Any error or ambiguity can invite litigation or even invalidate the conveyance. Our office takes care to prepare deeds accurately, in accordance with best practices under Florida real estate law. If the deed has already been prepared, our team can review it and provide a professional opinion regarding any potential pitfalls or inaccuracies.

Landlord/Tenant – Landlords and tenants each have their own set of rights and responsibilities under Florida laws designed to protect each of them and delineate the landlord-tenant relationship. Seward Law Office is here to negotiate, draft or review lease agreements, resolve lease disputes, and offer professional advice and technical assistance in residential and commercial lease arrangements, from lease signing to collections or evictions.

Real Estate Litigation – From contract disputes to boundary disputes and latent property defects, Seward Law Office provides robust advocacy and effective conflict resolution at any stage of property ownership, from title issues at closing to adverse possession claims years into a tenancy and beyond. Property rights are sacrosanct in American law, but it takes a skilled, knowledgeable and tenacious advocate in your corner to help you protect them.

Main Services

  • HOA Lawyer



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