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Brenda B. Shapiro

  • Managing Partner
  • Law Offices of Brenda B. Shapiro
  • Miami, FL   
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Brenda B. Shapiro is a Family Law attorney and litigator. She provides legal counsel to clients on family law matters, including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, divorce, child custody, access and time sharing, post-dissolution, domestic violence, and grandparents’ rights. She established the Law Offices of Brenda B. Shapiro, LLC in 1994, where she is Managing Partner.

Ms. Shapiro also practices the dispute-resolution method known as Collaborative Law. The method emphasizes family-focused decision-making, cooperation, commitments to a faster process, potential cost savings and family privacy – all without court intervention.

Collaborative Law combines attorneys, accountants, financial planners, mental health professionals and mediators, who work jointly with clients in a spirit of mutual respect and cooperation. It is designed to help divorcing parties resolve their differences in a non-adversarial setting, allowing them to focus on the best interests of their family.

Ms. Shapiro was a consulting attorney in writing the brief for Miami’s high-profile custody case of six-year-old Cuban Elian Gonzalez, who arrived in the United States on an inner tube without his mother, who died in the crossing.

Expert Articles by Brenda B. Shapiro

Divorce and Separation Law

Divorcing and divorced dads succeed when they put the interests of the children first

Families in Divorce

Teenagers: You can get through your parents' divorce
What to do when your teenager wants to move in with your ex-spouse

Finance for Couples

Discussing a prenup can help you both plan your financial future

Wills and Estates

Create a postnuptial agreement to protect your financial future

Surviving Divorce

Expert advice when your spouse surprises you with divorce
Advice and help when your husband has cheated on you
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