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South Florida Real Estate Attorneys

The Law Office of Andrew D. Tarr was formed to represent clients in all aspects of South Florida real estate matters with a special emphasis on real estate transactions and litigation, including Deposit Return Litigation, Contract Rescission Litigation, as well as litigation surrounding Pre-Construction Purchase and Sale Agreements.

Mr. Tarr’s experience in Court dealing with real estate litigation matters has taught him to be mindful of the pitfalls one can find themselves in any given real estate transaction. When Mr. Tarr is representing your interests, this knowledge is put to use to ensure that you as the client have the best possible protection against such all too common pitfalls.

At the Law Office of Andrew D. Tarr South Florida real estate attorney, we are committed to doing everything possible to achieve the first rate results you as a client desire. Your satisfaction is our top priority. With Andrew Tarr as your Florida real estate attorney representing your interests, you can expect the utmost in honesty, integrity, loyalty and a single-minded focus on achieving the results you want. Andrew Tarr distinguishes himself from many other South Florida real estate lawyers by his personal attentiveness and quick responsiveness to clients. At the Law Office of Andrew D. Tarr, quick responsiveness is a high priority, as is excellent quality of work.

Mr. Tarr is a member of the Florida State Bar, as well as a member of the Southern District of Florida's Federal Bar. If Mr. Tarr’s values and background suit your needs, please contact us by e-mail or telephone to set up a free phone or office consultation. If we don't have experience in an area you need help in, chances are we know another attorney who does, and we will provide you with a referral.


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