BRESS LAW FIRM, PLLC.
FAMILY LAW | LANDLORD-TENANT LAW
The Bress Law Firm's Client-Centered Approach means that we are dedicated to the following:
To provide high-quality representation from an actual attorney, professional and diligent in his duties, and invested in the outcome of his your case. Accordingly, we will not outsource legal work to any clerks, paralegals, or independent contractors.
To respond to you as promptly as possible and keep you informed as your case progresses.
To provide not only cost-effective representation, but also up front pricing and to engage in good-faith billing practices.
To put you and your interests first in order to obtain the best possible outcome, whether through negotiation, litigation, or finding innovative solutions to difficult problems.
To guide you through each step of the process, explaining all options and explaining complex legal jargon in easy to understand terms, so you can understand your case and be guided to making the best possible decisions. To try to make what can be a difficult process into as positive an experience as possible, while setting realistic, not sugarcoated expectations.
Our client-centered approach is ultimately grounded on Michael's respect for the noble profession of law, respect for others, and common-sense business-sense because it is also in our interest to measure our success not by the number of hours we bill, but rather by the quality of our representation and the satisfaction of our clients.
The Bress Law Firm is located in Aventura, Florida, but serves clients throughout Miami-Dade and Broward. If you want to schedule an appointment, you can contact us at (954) 336-8049 or at Michael@BressLaw.Com. By Appointment Only.
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