Anthony J. Messina, Esq.

Anthony J. Messina, Esq.

Anthony J. Messina, Esq.

Anthony J. Messina, Esq.

Partner, Co-Owner

Anthony J. Messina, a fourth generation Tampa, Florida native, graduated from Tampa Catholic High School where he was active in both basketball and football. Following high school, Anthony attended Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida, and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Finance. After Florida State, Anthony attended Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida, where he earned his Juris Doctorate.

Anthony began his career practicing as an associate attorney for Mark T. Tate, P.A. for several years, where he worked for nationally prominent clients including the New York Yankees and Advantage Waypoint. Anthony has substantial experience in a broad range of transactional areas including real estate, business transactions with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, and probate and estate planning. Anthony is licensed in the State Courts of Florida.

In addition to his business and real estate legal practice at Messina Law Group, P.A., Anthony is the owner of Keystone Title Agency, Inc. Keystone Title has been in business for over 25 years, closing real estate transactions throughout the Tampa Bay Area and west coast of Florida. As an owner of Keystone Title, Anthony is personally committed to assisting Keystone Title’s clients with successful closings.

In his spare time, Anthony enjoys playing basketball, traveling, spending time with his family, and watching Florida State University and all local Tampa Bay sports teams. Anthony recently became a father, and he and his family are members of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Ybor City.

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Messina Law Group, P.A. is a full-service law firm. We operate in Florida. At Messina Law Group, P.A., the client is always our first priority.

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