Brett P. Rogers is a licensed attorney in the State of Florida who practices in the areas of: dependency law, family law, criminal law, child support and domestic relations for over 25 years.

He attended New England School of Law, where he graduated cum laude.   Although Brett was offered several positions upon graduation, Brett decided to begin his career as a State Prosecutor. Brett was a State Prosecutor for several years, and ultimately became a dependency and criminal defense attorney.   Once Brett began his own firm, he decided to extend his practiced to marital and family law.  With more than 26 years in the courtroom, Brett has extensive experience as an aggressive advocate for his client’s.

He began his career as an assistant state attorney in 1990. Prior to his graduation he clerked for Allen Braverman, Esq. While in Law School, he was an intern for Justice for Perrotta. Thereafter in 1990, he became an Assistant State Attorney for Broward County where he worked his way up the ladder to the felony trial division and prosecuted defendants charged with grand theft to murder. During his time at the State Attorney’s Office, he was able to participate in preparing cases for trial, reviewing evidence, picking jury’s, and working directly with the victims’ families. Upon leaving the State Attorney’s office, Brett became a criminal defense attorney and also began to practice in the area of dependency law where he continued his litigation practice for several more years until he began to focus on the area of marital, family law and domestic relations where he has spent the last 20 years of his practice.

Brett has gained a large client base through his dedication to his clients and commitment to providing competent legal representation, with compassion, understanding and an eye towards an amicable resolution in all cases.
In the 20 years that Brett has been practicing, the majority of his client base is from positive referrals from prior clients and other attorneys. The essence of Brett’s practice is to help clients through their difficult situations they are in and most importantly giving them a resolution that improves their lives. It is very important for Brett, when his case involves children that they not be impacted negatively through the process of litigation.

Brett strongly believes in mediation, but should a cases not be resolved amicably his extensive background in litigation has made him a very successful litigator and trial lawyer.

Brett is also a sworn member of the Seminole Tribal Court where he takes pride in defending the rights of American Indians and is also a sworn member to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida (Trial Bar).Brett offers an array of different services including difficult divorce cases, dependency, paternity, child custody, annulments and relocations. He currently practices in the Miami Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach areas in addition to being sworn in to the Seminole Tribal Court.

On his downtime, Brett enjoys spending time with his large family, which includes his many children. Brett is an avid fisherman and enjoys his time out on the water.

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Awards &
Accreditations

Brett is the recipient of the following awards and more

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  • 2016 Best Attorney from Rue Ratings of America
  • 2016 and 2015 Rated Top Lawyer in The Legal Network for the highest ethical standards and professional excellence
  • 2015 Martindale-Hubbell honoree for serving the Tri- county area (Miami-Dade, Broward and West Palm Beach) for over 25 years
  • 2015 & 2014 honored member of Trademark Who’s Who
  • 2014 Martindale-Hubbell Client Distinction Award honoree for recognition of excellence in quality of service, overall value, responsiveness, and communication ability

Our Services

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Child Support

Child support can be determined in divorce cases, custody cases and paternity cases.

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Relocations

The state of Florida recognizes that many parents which to move out of the state. In the last few years, Florida has adopted new statutes to address relocations.

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Paternity

A paternity action is a case wherein the child’s biological father is identified. This type of case will also determine custody, visitation, and child support.

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Divorce

The decision to file for divorce, or coming to the realization that your spouse wants a divorce is not easy. Let us help.

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Modification

Court orders can be modified. This includes marital settlement agreements that involve child support, alimony, and parenting plans.

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Criminal Law

Please contact us to discuss your criminal matter

Brett offers an array of different services including difficult divorce cases, dependency, paternity, child custody, annulments and relocations.

With over a quarter century of experience, Brett and his team have the knowledge to assist you with your family law related needs. Give us a call at 954 – 764 – 2605 to discuss your situation and set an appointment for a free consultation at our office.

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Bar Admissions
  • Florida, 1990
  • Seminole Tribal Court, 2015
Education
  • University of Florida (B.S. 1985)
  • New England School of Law (J.D. 1990 cum laude)
  • Member of The Florida Bar (Family Law Section)
  • Broward County Bar Association
Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Matrimonial Law
  • Criminal defense
  • Personal injury
  • Paternity
  • Child support / Enforcement
  • Dissolution of Marriage
  • Annulments
  • Dependency
  • Step-parent adoptions