Category Archives: Family

Bresky Divorce Cases

Bresky Law Obtains Affirmance of Alimony and Attorney’s Fees Awards in Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage

By Robin Bresky |

October 28, 2020 Bresky Law recently obtained affirmance of a trial court’s alimony and fee awards in favor of our client in a final judgment of dissolution of marriage. The firm also prevailed on the client’s cross-appeal of the trial court’s child support ruling. The appeal arose from a proceeding to dissolve a twenty-two… Read More »

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Bresky Law Obtains Reversal of Order Denying Motion To Set Aside Oral Marital Settlement Agreement

By Robin Bresky |

October 7, 2020 Bresky Law recently obtained reversal of a trial court order denying a husband’s motion to set aside a purported oral settlement agreement in a dissolution of marriage proceeding. The parties were scheduled for a hearing on the wife’s motion for temporary relief in the pending dissolution proceeding. The parties’ attorneys had… Read More »

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Creative Solution to Jurisdictional Issue Helps Firm Obtain Writ of Certiorari Protecting Elderly Lady’s Health Records

By Robin Bresky |

March 9, 2020* It is not easy to convince an appellate court to issue a writ of certiorari to quash a trial court’s order compelling discovery. The petitioner must demonstrate “a departure from the essential requirements of law that will cause material injury for which there is no adequate remedy by appeal.” Fla. R…. Read More »

Divorce

During or After Your Divorce, It’s Time to Update Your Estate Plan

By Robin Bresky |

By Jennifer L. Fulton, Esquire If you are going through a divorce, consider your estate plan. Most people want someone other than the spouse they are divorcing to make their health care decisions for them.  You may also want to change the fiduciaries named in your documents and change the beneficiaries. The rules are… Read More »

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Hand Sanitizer, Toilet Paper and… An Estate Plan?

By Robin Bresky |

By Jennifer L. Fulton, Esquire The recent coronavirus pandemic has all of us making our emergency preparedness list:  hand sanitizer, toilet paper, sanitizing wipes, etc.  But perhaps you haven’t thought of another important measure that should be in place, to protect you and your family:  a basic estate plan.  This can be done with… Read More »

Jennifer L. Fulton, ESQ.

What Is a Power of Attorney and Why Would I Want One?

By Robin Bresky |

We live in uncertain times.  Our GPS re-routes us for accidents during our commute.  There are rumors of epidemics that may impact our health.  According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.  It is uncomfortable to think about moving from being healthy and in control of your… Read More »

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Law Offices of Robin Bresky Assists Estate in Obtaining Per Curiam Affirmance of Order Sanctioning Plaintiffs and Plaintiffs’ Attorneys

By Robin Bresky |

The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently assisted a defendant’s estate in defending the propriety of a sanctions order in an appeal by the plaintiff. The plaintiff sued the defendant after the defendant stopped payment on a check for goods to be purchased from the plaintiff. The defendant filed a motion for sanctions pursuant… Read More »

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What’s All the Fuss about Trusts?

By Robin Bresky |

By Jennifer L. Fulton, Esquire A revocable living trust is part of a complete basic estate plan.  Once drafted, it also has to be funded. Why would anyone want to go to all that work?  The reason many attorneys favor including a revocable living trust is because, together with the other tools in a… Read More »

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Appellate Attorney Robin I. Bresky Honored With 2019 Soroptimist International Women of Distinction Award

By Robin Bresky |

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Appellate attorney Robin I. Bresky, Founder and President of The Law Offices of Robin Bresky, won the 2019 Soroptimist International Women of Distinction award in the category of Community Involvement. Bresky was recognized for her many contributions to Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County where she has served as… Read More »

Daily Business Review Features The Law Offices of Robin Bresky’s Appellate Matter Holding the Disqualification of Trial Judge

By Robin Bresky |

Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.330 and section 38.10, Florida Statutes, govern the disqualification of trial judges. A party may seek to have a judge disqualified where the party “fears that he or she will not receive a fair trial or hearing because of specifically described prejudice or bias of the judge.” “The question… Read More »