Category Archives: Family

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 »


Update: Minor Child Permitted To Relocate Out Of State to Reside With The Father After The Trial Court Granted A Motion For Rehearing In Favor Of The Father Who Received Litigation Support From The Law Offices Of Robin Bresky

By Robin Bresky |

Following the trial court’s dismissal of his Second Supplemental 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. The trial court granted the Motion for Rehearing, which effectively undid the dismissal order. Following… Read More »

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Five Things You Should Do in the Trial Court to Boost Your Chance of Winning an Appeal

By Robin Bresky |

Everything you do in the trial court should be geared towards a potential appeal. It seems that one side or the other is likely to appeal nearly any order. If you’re the Appellant, trying to reverse an order adverse to your client, the statewide statistics show less than a 20% chance of success on… Read More »

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Protecting Your Adult Children: The Underappreciated Benefit of a Revocable Living Trust

By Robin Bresky |

By Jennifer L. Fulton, Esquire The Law Offices of Robin Bresky The golden age of the pension plan is waning.  Social security is at risk of going bankrupt. The divorce rate has risen, and can wreak financial havoc in a person’s life.  How will your children retire?  While you may not be able to… Read More »


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 »


Attorney’s Fees and the Requirement of Expert Witness Testimony in Florida

By Robin Bresky |

July, 2019 A party to litigation in Florida is often entitled to recoup its reasonable attorney’s fees from the opposing party pursuant to a statute or a contract between the parties. Florida law requires in most cases that a party seeking its fees from the opposing party introduce the testimony of an expert witness… Read More »