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Andrew Bresalier

RETIRED-Not Accepting Cases
  • Florida
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RETIRED-Not Accepting Cases

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  • Free Consultation
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
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Federal Circuit
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Andrew Bresalier, Esq.
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Education
St. Thomas University School of Law
J.D. | Law
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Honors: Tutor & Book Award for Bankruptcy (Received highest grade in class)
Activities: PAD
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Nova Southeastern University
MBA | Business
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Nova Southeastern University
B.S. (1994) | Business
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Honors: Dean's List
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Professional Associations
Broward Bar Association
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Florida State Bar  # 493279
Member
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Certifications
License to practice
US District Court, Southern District of Florida
License to practice
Supreme Court of Florida
License to practice
US District Court Middle District of Florida
Websites & Blogs
Website
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Legal Answers
845 Questions Answered

Q. Do the documents from Bankruptcy Court need to be filed separately in the local court in order to prevent foreclosure?
A: A: Once you file the docs in the Fed court, you should put the case number on a Suggestion of Bankruptcy and file it in the State court. Otherwise, they will not know the Bky Stay is in effect.
Q. How do you know if you need a bankruptcy lawyer?
A: A: If you are a natural person, verses a fictitious (i.e. corp, llc, etc.), you are permitted to represent yourself in court. However, Bky is a VERY COMPLICATED area of law, involving a combination of State Laws and Federal Procedures.
Q. HOW DOES A PERSON GET JUDGEMENT PROOF? DO YOU NEED A LAWYER? FILL OUT A FORM?
A: A: This is a lay-person term for being uncollectable. There is really no such thing as really being “Judgment Proof” as a bar to being sued. Any one can be sued for anything. A Plaintiff can be granted a judgment, despite the Defendant’s holdings, or lack there of. Once the judgment is granted, if the Defendant’s holding are within the respective states exemptions, he is said to be “Judgment Proof”, but that will not stop a Plaintiff from attempting to collect from any source available.
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RETIRED-Not Accepting Cases
Plantation, FL 33324
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