Tag Archives: Appellate

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Ruling Dispensing With Evidentiary Hearing Upon Remand Following Appellate Win

By Robin Bresky |

Bell v. Bell, 502007DR002692XXXXSB Case No. 4D10-5122 This was a divorce case with several contested issues regarding the parties’ marital and non-marital assets. Our client, the former wife, appealed the final judgment of dissolution of marriage. The former husband cross-appealed. Our client’s main issues were (1) the trial court’s failure to award her half… Read More »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Affirmance of Summary Judgment Against Apartments That Sought to Evict Residents

By Robin Bresky |

Canterbury Apartments, Inc. v. Sokol, Case No. 10-21735 CACE (26); L.T. Case No. 09-7287 COCE (53) We represented the tenants of a unit of a co-operative apartment building. Prior to our involvement in the case, the apartment building management filed suit against our clients alleging five separate violations of the lease, corporation by-laws, and… Read More »

Everyone Gets Their Day in Court: Fourth DCA Reverses Civil Contempt Order For Failure To Hold Evidentiary Hearing

By Robin Bresky |

Leo v. Leo Case No. 4D10-5127 In this family law appeal, appellant, Former Wife, appealed an order finding her in civil contempt. This appeal stemmed from a final judgment of dissolution of marriage between the appellant and the appellee, Former Husband. Subsequent to entry of the final judgment, Former Husband filed a motion for… Read More »