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Paternity

Bringing Up Baby: Estate Planning for Your Little Bundle of Joy

By Robin Bresky |

By Jennifer L. Fulton, Esquire It’s easy to think that estate planning is just for those with a little gray around the temple.  However, the birth of a little one is a very important time to talk about your estate plan.  And yes, grandparents can talk about it too. As parents, now is the… Read More »

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Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Affirmance of Final Judgment for Tenant Injured at Apartment Building*

By Robin Bresky |

Our firm recently obtained an affirmance of a final judgment rendered in favor of an injured tenant following a favorable verdict. The tenant plaintiff suffered injuries when he fell on the stairs outside of his apartment as the result of a loose handrail. The plaintiff sought damages from the landlord, who owned the apartment… Read More »

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Trial Court Grants Motion for Rehearing in Favor of Client Who Received Litigation Support from the Law Offices of Robin Bresky

By Robin Bresky |

Following the trial court’s dismissal of his SecondSupplemental Petition to Permit Relocation with Minor Child in a paternity action, the Father retained the Law Offices of Robin Bresky to draft a Motion for Rehearing to be filed by trial counsel. Recently, the trial court granted the Motion for Rehearing, which effectively undid the dismissal… Read More »

Should Estate Plans be Updated for Those Who Relocate to Florida?

By Robin Bresky |

Has a friend, family member or colleague recently relocated to Florida or thinking of moving to the Sunshine State? They may have a will or a full estate plan that was prepared by an attorney in another state, or perhaps they haven’t yet taken the important step of planning their estate. Either way, a… Read More »

When to Hire an Appellate Attorney in a Florida Family Law Case

By Robin Bresky |
Apartment Building

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Affirmance of Final Judgment for Tenant Injured at Apartment Building*

By Robin Bresky |

Our firm recently obtained an affirmance of a final judgment rendered in favor of an injured tenant following a favorable verdict. The tenant plaintiff suffered injuries when he fell on the stairs outside of his apartment as the result of a loose handrail. The plaintiff sought damages from the landlord, who owned the apartment… Read More »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Dismissal of Appeal for Lack of Jurisdiction

By Robin Bresky |

April 8, 2019* The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently assisted a client in obtaining dismissal of an appeal of an order granting summary judgment on the opposing party’s counterclaims in a case arising from a failed real estate transaction. Our client entered into a contract for sale of a home. The buyer failed… Read More »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Assists Homeowner in Obtaining Adjustment of Valuation of Former Home for Tax Portability Purposes

By Robin Bresky |

March, 2019 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently assisted a homeowner in obtaining an adjustment of the valuation of his home from the Value Adjustment Board (“VAB”) for tax portability purposes. The homeowner and his wife sold their waterfront home in Palm Beach County and purchased a new home. They later submitted a… Read More »

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Law Offices Of Robin Bresky Obtains Reinstatement Of Appeal For New Client Who Had Filed Appeal Pro Se

By Robin Bresky |

By Randall Burks A new client recently approached The Law Offices of Robin Bresky to represent him in an appeal after filing the notice of appeal on his own, pro se. When our attorneys reviewed the appellate court’s docket, they discovered that the court had dismissed the appeal several weeks earlier. The order of… Read More »

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Amendments to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure Took Effect January 1, 2019

By Robin Bresky |

by Robin Bresky, Esq.;  Randall Burks, Esq. and Jeremy Dicker, Esq. Effective January 1, 2019, the Florida Supreme Court made substantial amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure and other rules of court, including the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration. It is important to review the revisions in full, but a few of… Read More »