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Fran Brochstein

Fran Brochstein’s Legal Cases

15 total


  • Impasse

    Practice Area:
    Divorce and separation
    Date:
    Jan 25, 2013
    Outcome:
    Impasse
    Description:
    Both parties & their attorneys said mediation would last 1 hour. I declared an impasse after 6 hours. We came very close to settling but the parties just would not sign the Mediated Settlement Agreement when it was presented to them.
  • Partial Agreement

    Practice Area:
    Divorce and separation
    Date:
    Feb 28, 2013
    Outcome:
    Partial Agreement
    Description:
    On temporary orders, parties & their attorneys agreed on many items so we entered into signed agreement on those items. They will go before the Judge on the two items we could not agree to at our mediation. The mediation took 4 hours & typing it up and signing took another 2 hours = total 6 hours.
  • Non-probate of deceased client

    Practice Area:
    Probate
    Date:
    Sep 07, 2015
    Outcome:
    In progress.
    Description:
    An elderly client died. I wrote to all of his creditors regarding his death. No assets that require probate. I assisted his family with his cremation and other issues regarding his death.
  • Uncontested divorce in Harris County

    Practice Area:
    Divorce and separation
    Date:
    Sep 01, 2015
    Outcome:
    Resolving cases quickly & very happy clients
    Description:
    I am currently assisting 3 clients in their uncontested family law cases in Harris County. I flat-rate these cases.
  • Free 10 minute phone consultations

    Practice Area:
    Family
    Date:
    Aug 01, 2015
    Outcome:
    Check out the reviews on this site - only 1 in 20 write a review - I wish more would
    Description:
    As my commitment to educating the public, I offer a free 10 minute phone consultation.

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