Anderson & Brodersen, P.A. is a boutique law firm focusing on real property, estate planning, probate, real estate closings, litigation and elder law.

AV® Preeminent™ rated by Martindale-Hubbell, we are based in Pinellas County, Florida and serve the greater Tampa Bay area from our office in St. Pete Beach.

Our emphasis is on delivering superior and personal service to all our clients.

About Property Law Group

Pat Anderson brings to this firm her extensive court experience representing a broad variety of individual and institutional clients, including newspapers, television stations and other news and media outlets, handling challenging cases in complex litigation, first amendment and media law, civil rights, aviation, personal injury, real property and open records cases. Extensive trial practice is the common thread, but she is also a talented appellate attorney. While some lawyers hate going to court, Pat loves it, because, as she says:

“Court is where you turn the tables, and win justice for your clients.”

Tom Brodersen has been involved in Florida real estate since 1985, operating a multi-office national franchise real estate brokerage, where he served as President of the Bonita Springs, Florida Board of Realtors®, taught real estate law and practice to hundreds of real estate agents, and later, worked for a national mortgage company. His experience closing real estate transactions and counseling buyers and sellers as an attorney goes back to 1982 in Chicago, Illinois. He was one of the earliest practitioners to recognize the widespread defects in mortgage documentation as valid defenses to mortgage foreclosure.

Working together, Pat and Tom (who are a married couple) have built an organization dedicated to private property rights and superior customer service. Our support staff of three paralegals (working in civil litigation, real estate closings and transaction support) help us provide a positive experience to our clients.

Seeking legal advice early is always a good idea. In the area of foreclosure defense, homeowners need to understand the big picture, and understand that they have options before they make decisions about their financial future.

When engaging in real estate transactions, you should have competent advice before you sign any agreements, be they listing contracts, sale contracts, leases or other agreements.

Other litigation and legal matters will also benefit from early guidance as to your rights, how to navigate the complexities of the legal system, and the logistical aspects of furthering your best interests.