Bergman

family law

With the focus exclusively on the matters of family law, my goal is to provide assistance to families across the greater Miami and Broward area in finding resolutions for their legal matters.

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Bergman Family Law

Offering you the most trustworthy counsel for all family law matters Divorce, Alimony & Maintenance, Custody, Child Support & Paternity, Pre-Nuptial Agreements, Domestic Violence

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practice areas

Divorce, Alimony, Asset Division, Family Law, Child Support, Child Custody, Paternity Actions, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, Post Judgement Modifications, and Domestic Violence.

Divorce

Supporting you to find a simplified and inexpensive way of dissolving a marriage.

Post Judgement Modifications

Helping through any legal action that seeks to enforce or to modify a previous final judgment.

Paternity Actions

Bergman Family Law helps outline the rights and benefits to the mother, the father, and the child by legally identifying the father of the child

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Bergman Family Law is able to help draft an agreement between a couple signed before they get married which sets forth the division of their assets in the event of divorce or death.

Domestic Violence

Covers acts of physical, sexual, psychological, or economic violence that may be committed by a family member or intimate partner.

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Offering you the most trustworthy counsel for all family law matters – Divorce, Alimony & Maintenance, Custody,

What Is Considered a Child Support Expense in Florida?

What Is Considered a Child Support Expense in Florida?

Child support is an invaluable tool for parents who don’t live together. These orders ensure parents take responsibility for supporting their offspring until they are legal adults. However, there are limits on how these funds can be used. Violating Florida’s rules on using child support payments can lead to legal complications.  Whether you currently receive support payments or want to pursue an order, you must