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From residential real estate closings to complex commercial transactions, our real estate team has provided counsel on a full range of matters, including financing, taxation, land use, planned development, condominiums, and contracting, to our area’s real estate professionals, buyers, sellers, developers, and investors since our founding in 1925.

Williams Parker’s impact on the real estate community and the evolution of Sarasota dates back to our founding partners and includes the development of many local residential communities, including The Meadows, The Landings, The Plantation Golf and Country Club, Palm Aire, Colonial Oaks, Pelican Cove, Bird Bay, and much of Longboat Key and Bay Isles.

We also assist new residents in establishing residency and transitioning estates to take advantage of Florida’s favorable tax climate and asset protection laws.

Our real estate team includes 15 attorneys–nine of whom are board certified as specialists in real estate or condominium and planned development law–and 14 real estate paralegals and legal assistants.



Williams Parker Attorney Erin Hope Christy Coordinates Sarasota County Bar Association U.S. Supreme Court Swearing-In Ceremony

Williams Parker attorney Erin Hope Christy, president of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Sarasota County Bar Association (SCBA), recently coordinated a visit to Washington D.C. which included a United States Supreme Court swearing-in ceremony for 23 members of the SCBA.

Ms. Christy and twenty-two other members of the SCBA, including Williams Parker attorney Jennifer Fowler-Hermes, were present in the courtroom for the reading by the justices of several opinions, after which SCBA President Chip Gaylor was called by Chief Justice Roberts to present candidates for membership to the bar of the United States Supreme Court. Following the swearing-in, the inductees had a private audience with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The SCBA is a voluntary association of lawyers and judges who practice law and administer the judicial system in Sarasota County. Incorporated on January 20, 1960, the SCBA has existed as an association since 1926. The organization’s mission is to advance professionalism, promote practice development, encourage public service, enhance fellowship, and support access to legal services for all.

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