Managing Principal

Experience

After graduating high-school at age sixteen, I moved to South Florida and founded my first start-up at age eighteen.  This was a marketing firm which immediately began seeing revenues, but with poor planning and a lack of mentoring and proper counsel, I had to abruptly close that company.  I would later develop a passion for finance and investment and became a Financial Services Registered Representative for one of the largest Broker Dealers.  While there, I was reminded about my dream to become an attorney and as a result entered St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami with the intent of representing the investing public and their interests as a Securities Attorney.  During Law School, I clerked for the now retired Chief Justice for the Third District Court of Appeal in Miami Judge Frank A. Shepherd, The Florida Department of Financial Services and various securities and real estate law firms.

Upon graduating law school, I immediately began working for the Internal Revenue Services in Atlanta.  I would later work for various law firms supporting fortune 500 clients in Technology, Construction and Pharmaceuticals industries, but never found fulfillment in either of those firms as my purpose in assisting the investing public was not being realized.  However, I remained engaged as a serial entrepreneur owning several businesses including an online marketing platform, a local restaurant, a field services company managing hundreds of properties in Metro-Atlanta, and becoming a licensed realtor for one of the largest real estate companies.  

The turning point for me began during my tenure with a well-respected Asbestos Litigation defense firm.  Having successfully completed work for them in the past, I was pleasantly surprised to receive a call from them expressing a desire to bring me on as a part of their team.  After three years with the firm they lost their largest client and began the process of downsizing.  During this transition, I made a commitment to myself, my family and all families who would listen, “I must help my family, other families and by extension my community to become stronger by protecting their legacy and their life-works”.  The unfortunate yet true story of Eunice Grant came back to haunt and remind me that I needed to fulfill my purpose and complete my journey. 

BRAMMER, PLLC was established with the expressed purpose of building stronger Families and Communities by protecting and preserving their legacy and their life-works.  Your legacy is more than just dollars and cents, it includes the values that you would like to continue for generations to come.

admissions

Florida Bar

Education

2006

St. Thomas University School of Law

2002

Florida Atlantic University

Skills

Estate Planning 90%
Business Consulting 87%
Real Estate 85%
Litigation 81%
Negotiation 71%
Entertainment 65%
Regulatory Compliance 63%
Contract Drafting 59%
Financing 57%
Pharmaceuticals 55%
Securities Transactions 55%
Large Technology 55%
Entertainment 50%
Large Energy 50%

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