Law Offices of Alan Bryce Grossman, P.A.

Firm Overview

For more than 22 years we have represented clients in commercial litigation, business and disputes, contracts, business purchase agreements and disputes, foreclosure defense, landlord/tenant evictions and litigation, construction lien litigation, and probate/trust/guardianship cases.

Example cases

We recently litigated to a positive settlement for our client as the jury was waiting for opening arguments which resulted in payment of more than $650,000.00 from a Florida city resulting from a breach of a commercial lease. We negotiated a settlement of a hardly fought case in New York against a Fortune 500 company, resulting in a substantial payment to the client.

Main Office
1930 North Commerce Parkway
Suite 6
Weston  FL  33326
  • (954) 349-7760
  • (954) 349-9775


Free Initial Consultation?
We offer a free 30 minute initial consultation. To make that consultation meaningful, we ask that clients provide documents and s detailed description of the matter prior to the 30 minute consultation.
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
Our fees are flexible and catered to the client's particular case and needs. We take the time to fully review the case with the client and structure a fee arrangement that is fair and reasonable to both the client and the attorney. In many instances, we have offered payment arrangements on a monthly basis for our clients.

For certain types of cases, we will offer a fixed fee arrangement. This is as flexible as needed to be fair to the client and the attorney.
Hourly Rates
Our hourly rates range from $275.00 (for residential tenants) to $375.00 per hour.

Office Information

Office Hours
Our office hours are weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We can also be available to other times with advance notice.
Office Manager
Emergency After Hours
Languages Spoken

Is your firm willing to help a client with one discrete part of a case, without taking on the whole case?

Depending on the nature of the case and the discrete part, we will work with the client as needed.

What are your policies about dividing work within the firm to make the process most cost-effective for the client?

As Alan Bryce Grossman, Esq., is a sole practitioner, and is directly involved in every aspect of the client's case.

How frequently does your firm use mediation, arbitration, or collaborative law to resolve cases?

We are firm proponents of alternative dispute resolution methods. This goes in conjunction with our belief that the best way to achieve the client's objective in a case is to thoroughly know the case and the issues, and do as much preparation as is reasonably possible to achieve the best outcome for the client. Through these efforts many of our cases settle through the alternative dispute methods.

Does your firm provide pro bono legal services or otherwise participate in your community?

We will represent clients on a pro bono basis on a limited basis.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We provide direct hands on service for the client's case, aimed at achieving the best result. More importantly, we go the extra mile to fully prepare for the matter at hand. Often the best route to a successful outcome is to fully research the issues. Unlike many attorneys, Alan Bryce Grossman, Esq., does his homework, and will do as much research and preparation as necessary to find that missing ingredient that often will carry the day for the client.

What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?

Our job is to properly represent our clients. We provide information on the client's cases to keep them informed on the status of the case and to provide as much information as the client is interested in receiving. We feel it is important and helpful to the client and to the case for the client to understand the issues involved as much as the client would care to learn about it.

Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?

We will review any and all documents possessed or prepared by our clients that relate to their case.

Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?

We do not recommend that client's represent themselves. Since it is our job to represent clients who retain us, we do not coach clients who choose to represent themselves.

Alan Bryce Grossman

Alan Bryce Grossman, Esq., was admitted to practice in Florida in 1989. Since then, he has operated his sole practice in South Florida since February, 1992.

As Alan Bryce Grossman, Esq., is a sole practitioner, and is directly involved in every aspect of the client's case.

  • Bar Number: 782084
    Florida , 1988

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