Grant D. Zacharias is a graduate of the Honors Program at Florida State University, at which he obtained a Bachelor’s of Arts degree with a double major in Criminology and Communication Studies.  He thereafter attended the Florida Coastal School of Law, during which time he obtained certificates for Legal Writing and Sports Law, and was a member of the school’s Moot Court Honor Board.  While at Florida Coastal, Grant was the brief writer for the winning team at the 2006 Robert Orseck Florida Bar Moot Court Competition.

 

In practice, Grant has obtained over eight years of experience as a civil litigator, focused primarily upon legal controversies pertaining to residential and commercial properties, whether such controversies relate to property damage, insurance, foreclosure, construction defects, liability claims, bankruptcy, or landlord/tenant disputes.  Given his background in representing a wide array of clientele, Grant is uniquely qualified to resolve matters promptly and intelligently, with a keen awareness of the aspects most important to his clients and most critical to each case’s ultimate disposition.

 

Grant is eligible to practice law in New York, Florida, the Southern District of Florida and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.