Well known real estate attorney, partner switches firms

Tom Luzier has successfully closed more than $1 billion in transactions to date over the past two decades.
Sep. 4, 2018

SARASOTA — Prominent area real estate attorney Tom Luzier is moving from Dunlap & Moran P.A., where he had been a shareholder, to Williams Parker, where he will be a partner.

Luzier’s practice covers a variety of transactional matters, representing individuals and businesses in all phases of buying, financing, selling and leasing residential and commercial property, according to a statement. He has successfully closed more than $1 billion in transactions to date over the past two decades. Alexis Thomas and Stephanie Brannan, real estate paralegals who have worked closely with Luzier for many years, have also joined the Sarasota-based firm, the release adds.

“I have long respected the attorneys and work of Williams Parker,” says Luzier in the statement. “Alexis, Stephanie, and I are delighted to join their accomplished group and to continue helping buyers and sellers navigate the closing process.”

Luzier, in addition to his legal practice, is chairman of the Florida Real Estate Commission. Florida Gov. Rick Scott appointed Luzier to the FREC, which administers and enforces Florida’s real estate license law. Luzier's other civic affiliations include being on the boards of the John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art Foundation; Marie Selby Botanical Gardens; and the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce. He’s also been a member of the Sarasota County Tourist Development Council and on the Super Bowl XLIII Host Committee board.

“I have known Tom personally and professionally for many years, and we are very excited to welcome him and his team to the firm,” Williams Parker President Ric Gregoria says in the release. “This is precisely the caliber of team we look to bring into Williams Parker. They bring a wealth of experience and will bolster our robust real estate practice. We look forward to having them on board and to our firm’s continued growth.”