Sandra R.B. Wallace, Founder
A multi-generational Florida native, Sandra grew up in Palm Beach County and has seen the area grow and change over time. She is also a second generation attorney, as her father also practices law with the firm. This perspective gives her a broad view of the community and assists her in advising clients purchasing or selling property in the area.
Drawn to the practice of real estate law by the variety and complex aspects of real estate transactions, she enjoys helping people understand the processes and implications of their options. Aiming to take the stress off of her client's shoulders, she assists with negotiation and guidance from the initial offer all the way through the closing and issuance of the title policy. Her goal is to make each transaction as smooth as possible for her clients so that they can rest easy knowing that they are in the hands of someone who cares about what is best for them and who will go to bat for them.
Sandra has spent nine years helping people achieve their real estate dreams with personalized guidance and support. Regularly counseling clients on the nuances of contracts, title insurance, the closing process, and investment guidance, she seeks to provide straightforward advice and protect her clients' assets and rights.
Graduating from Jupiter High School, she then went on to Florida State University (Go Noles!) where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in English. Following college, she worked as a social worker, in construction, and in the title insurance industry before going back to Florida State for her law degree. While in law school, Sandra completed the Environmental and Land Use Certificate program and focused her studies on real property law and financing.
To contact Sandra, call the office at (561) 623-5302 or email her at email@example.com
Donald L. Brooks, Esq.
Licensed to practice in Florida since 1974, Don practices primarily in Palm Beach and Martin Counties, concentrating his practice in the areas of probate and real estate law. He uses his diverse experience to properly advise his clients on issues that may arise, which other attorneys may not be attuned to. He is an experienced litigator who can help evaluate a case for the likelihood of success and to mediate potential settlements, saving clients time, money and frustration.
Don moved back to Florida after graduating from the College of William and Mary School of Law and has practiced here since. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Richmond prior to attending law school, where he was a member of the Army ROTC.
In his spare time he likes to spend time with his children and grandchildren.
To contact Donald, call the office at (561) 623-5302 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org