Welcome To Scott J. Brook, PA
A law firm in Coral Springs Florida
Our Highly Experienced Attorneys in Coral Springs Fight For You
Scott has recently expanded his practice to include conducting family law mediations throughout the tri county area. As a mediator and practitioner Scott has successfully completed hundreds of mediations over the last three decades. As many families are enduring some challenging times Scott is offering affordable hourly rates for mediations for parties that are represented as well as those without counsel. If you are interested please call Amanda Leotaud at 954-757-5551.
Family law issues whether in Coral Springs, Plantation, Parkland or any where in Broward County can be daunting and difficult to face, whether you initiated the process or not. We stand ready to assist you with all your family law needs. From divorce to adoption, child support to custody and visitation, our firm has the experience to help you achieve the best possible outcome. We offer a friendly and nonjudgmental environment to get your problems solved.
Our client-centric focus means that we frequently represent family law clients who have come to us because they were dissatisfied with their original attorneys. We focus on resolving the legal issues at hand in order to save you and your family money and heartache. Contact us to talk about your situation with our Coral Springs Attorneys, Plantation Divorce Lawyers & Parkland Divorce Attorneys.
Your family’s legal needs don’t stop with your death. It is important to ensure that the assets you have worked to accumulate will be distributed the way you want once you are gone. At Scott J. Brook, P.A., we can help you reach your goals by drafting wills and trusts that will make sure your instructions are followed.
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Florida Family Law, Broward Divorce Lawyer and Modification Law Articles.
These are articles prepared by Scott J. Brook for area newspapers, dealing with issues of law, business, and family.
By: Shauna Smith As children, we remember hearing the word divorce whether it was in our own families, or we wanted to understand why we were visiting a friend who lived in different houses. From the moment we heard that word it was always associated with a negative...
By: Shauna Smith When individuals think of divorce, they often think of the stressors associated with it. Such as, financial burdens, emotional distress, and major time commitments. What they often forget is that not only are the adults victim of the challenges in...
PEACE is a common acronym used within Family Law. It stands for Parenting Plan, Equitable Distribution, Alimony, Child Support, and finally Everything Else. This is a helpful order to think of when determining the circumstances of a dissolution of marriage. P -...