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Strategy Sessions Conducted During Consultations Resulted in Dismissal of Case

By Robin Bresky |

A pro se defendant, who was sued for damages in Florida by a national banking association, consulted with attorney Jeremy Dicker of The Law Offices of Robin Bresky. The bank filed a lawsuit against the defendant for an alleged outstanding balance on a credit card account. The plaintiff attempted to serve the defendant with… Read More »


Law Offices of Robin Bresky Helps Lawyer Pursue Fees for Services to Guardianship

By Robin Bresky |

May 10, 2017 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently obtained reversal of two crucial rulings in an order on three petitions for compensation filed by a lawyer who had represented a guardian. Bresky’s firm also helped the lawyer obtain an unconditional award of entitlement to appellate attorney’s fees. In the trial court, the… Read More »


Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal of a Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage Denying a Former Wife’s Petition for Relocation

By Robin Bresky |

June 7, 2017* Our firm, through attorney Dan Weinger, recently obtained a reversal of the portion of a final judgement of dissolution of marriage denying a Former Wife’s petition to relocate with her two young children to Virginia. The appeal concerned a dissolution proceeding between a husband and wife who were married for twelve… Read More »


Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Affirmance of Final Judgment Against Insurer on Verdict for Injured Plaintiff

By Robin Bresky |

May 25, 2017 Our firm recently obtained an affirmance of a final judgment rendered in favor of an injured plaintiff following a favorable verdict. The plaintiff suffered injuries in two separate car accidents as a result of the negligence of other drivers. The plaintiff sought damages from his uninsured motorist automobile insurance carrier for… Read More »

Consultations with the Law Office of Robin Bresky

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Divorce Appeal

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Affirmance of Order Awarding Former Wife Attorney’s Fees in Dissolution of Marriage Proceeding

By Robin Bresky |

April 13, 2017 Our firm recently obtained an affirmance in the appeals court of a Final Order on Attorney’s Fees and Costs (“Fee Order”) rendered by a trial court in favor of our client in a divorce proceeding. We represented the former wife in the former husband’s appeal of the Fee Order that was… Read More »


Law Offices of Robin Bresky Assists Homeowner in Obtaining Dismissal of Appeal and Entitlement to Attorney’s Fees in Dispute Over Sale of Property

By Robin Bresky |

March 20, 2017 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently assisted a plaintiff homeowner in successfully obtaining dismissal of an appeal of trial court orders that gave him the power to complete the sale of the property despite the Defendant’s attempts to frustrate his efforts. The parties, who were not married, had previously purchased… Read More »

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Fourth DCA Clarifies Standard of Review Applicable to Modification of Pretrial Child Custody and Timesharing Temporary Relief Orders

By Robin Bresky |

Riddle v. Riddle, Case No. 4D16-2803 (Fla. 4th DCA Mar. 29, 2017)* The Fourth DCA recently clarified that in modifying a pretrial temporary custody order there is no requirement for the trial court to find a “substantial change in circumstances,” and a trial court’s ruling modifying a pretrial, temporary relief order on child custody… Read More »

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Firm Prevails in Eminent Domain Appeal on Behalf of Landowner

By Robin Bresky |

City of Sunny Isles Beach v. Cavalry Corp., Case No. 3D15-1420, 42 Fla. L. Weekly D 232 (Fla. 3d DCA Jan. 25, 2017). The Law Offices of Robin Bresky, through Of Counsel attorneys Joanne Rose Telischi and Michele K. Feinzig, along with co-counsel Gerald B. Cope, Jr., and trial counsel J. Wiley Hicks, recently… Read More »


Florida Supreme Court Upholds Temporary Injunction Based on Strict Scrutiny of Mandatory 24-Hour Delay Law

By Robin Bresky |

Gainesville Woman Care, LLC v. State of Florida, Case No. SC16-381 (Fla. Feb. 16, 2017). The Declaration of Rights in the Florida Constitution provides a fundamental right of privacy. “Every natural person has the right to be let alone and free from governmental intrusion into the person’s private life….” Art. I, § 23, Fla…. Read More »