Anwar E. Hadeed, Esq.
Anwar Hadeed lived in Antigua and Barbuda until moving to the United States at 17 years old. Following high school, Mr. Hadeed graduated summa cum laude with Bachelor of Arts double major degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Moravian College in Pennsylvania.
Thereafter, he moved to Miami, Florida to attend law school at Florida International University (FIU). While at FIU Law, Mr. Hadeed had been on the Dean’s List several times. He soon become involved with several group organizations and built a network with other school community leaders. He was involved organizations including the Caribbean Student Bar Association, Black Law Student Association, the Women’s Law Society and International Law Student Association. Through his involvement with group organizations, he developed skills outside of the courtroom necessary to build a strong network within the legal community.
Mr. Hadeed met attorney Jose Leon in his second year of law school and started working for Mr. Leon’s firm as a law clerk. Before even becoming an attorney, Anwar was involved with drafting legal work in areas of probate, guardianship, and estate planning. This experience put him years ahead of his peers before becoming a practicing Florida bar licensed attorney in 2019. He immediately started practicing as a full-fledged lawyer the very same day he received his results from the Florida Bar. Mr. Hadeed has very quickly worked his way from being a law clerk to an associate attorney. He now has several years of experience in his specialty practice areas and continues to refine his expertise.
Mr. Hadeed practices in the areas of Estates, Trusts, Guardianships, Estate Planning, Special Needs Planning, and Elder Law
Moravian College, BA 2015
Florida International University College of Law, JD 2019
The Florida Bar, 2019