|FL||Member in Good Standing||2001||01/29/2017|
|Senior Attorney||Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A.||2005 - Present|
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|Broward County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|The firm respects the confidentiality of all family law cases||N/A|
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|Daily Business Review||Firms Feeling Crunch at Clerk's Offices||2012|
|Case Western Reserve University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Boston University||Psychology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|Pro Se Divorce Class||Helping self-representing parties handle their divorce case||2006|
|Annual Conference||Helping parents work on child custody matters||2005|
|Parenting and Divorce||Parent Education Stabilization requirements for Florida divorce and paternity cases||2004|
Posted by anonymous
Our grandchild was moved to Florida from the Washington DC area. My son at the time had very limited visitation rights (his first lawyer was terrible). In approximately 3 years his child had only been to his house once and he could only see the child 1 weekend a month, but not overnight. I barely knew my grandchild and there was almost a year when I didn't see the child. Rebekah quickly got to work and got my son into mediation where he obtained much improved visitation rights. These included summers, about a week at Christmas and spring break, also a 3 day overnight weekend a month. Rebekah also got my son daily Skypes.
Rebekah is very knowledgeable about Florida family law. She also was very concerned about our lack of time with our child/grandchild. Now our relationship with our grandchild is incredible and I am so thankful we chose Rebekah.
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