Brandon Marcus, Esquire

Prior to becoming the firm's lead attorney in the real estate and business department, Brandon Marcus worked as a dual role attorney at a local law firm. His responsibilities included litigating real property, breach of contract and other general civil matters as well as handling residential and commercial

real estate transactions. Since joining the Law Offices of John L. Di Masi, P.A. in 2017, Brandon has continued performing in this role by prosecuting and defending all types of real estate cases, while also handling contract and business cases. In addition to providing representation in residential and commercial purchase and sale transactions, Brandon also oversees residential and commercial leasing along with various other business transactions.

A native Floridian and also a huge fan of the Florida State Seminoles, Brandon earned his Juris Doctor from the Florida State University College of Law in 2010, after having also obtained his undergraduate degree in finance summa cum laude from the same university. During his time in Tallahassee,

Brandon met Crystal, his wife of 10 years who is also an FSU alumni. Together they have a daughter with whom they enjoy spending time bird watching, hiking, and discovering the rich history and wildlife the State of Florida has to offer.

Brandon enjoys having the ability as a practicing attorney to positively affect people's lives, and he was drawn to the profession by this enthusiasm. He takes pride in his work and cares deeply about his clients, and he works tirelessly to help his clients attain the outcomes they desire.

Brandon has a limited working proficiency in the Spanish language.


Florida State University College of Law


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