Now entering his 25th year in practice, Brett has developed a niche practice in serving as outside General Counsel for corporations and individuals. As such, he handles all day-to- day, transactional litigation, and family law litigation needs for his roster of clients.
Most commonly, Brett's practice brings him into the areas of family law, student housing, tenants in common (TIC) litigation and transaction, condominium association and third-party purchasing matters, federal and state court litigation, gasoline service station litigation and transaction, appeals, and business transaction litigation.
As co-chair of University of Miami Center for Autism & Related Disabilities’ (UM-NSU CARD) 13th annual Tropical Nights gala in 2015, Brett helped raise over $300,000 to serve South Florida’s autism community. He was named pro bono Guardian ad Litem of the year. Additionally, he served as President of the Douglas Gardens Mental Health Center of Miami Beach Board of Directors and still sits on the Board today.
He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and a law degree from Emory University School of Law.
Brett is married and has three children. Despite tendency to work 24 hours a day, he is an avid swimmer and tennis player.
Martha has worked alongside Brett for nearly two decades. She started her journey in the legal field as secretary to Brett, grew into a paralegal role, and later decided to pursue a law degree herself. Not stopping there, she ultimately became name partner of the firm in 2017.
Most commonly, Martha works with third-party real estate purchasers to service any legal needs that may arise leading up to or during a transaction. She also handles family law matters, ranging from dissolution of marriage to paternity and child support modifications, for firm clients as needed.
Having an undergraduate degree from Florida International University, Martha obtained her law degree from Saint Thomas University.
Martha is married and has three children.
Claudia obtained an undergraduate degree from University of Florida before moving on to a law degree from Florida International University (FIU). While at FIU, she was a Dean’s List recipient and President of the Cuban American Bar Association (CABA) for two consecutive terms.
Prior to joining Feinstein & Mendez, Claudia clerked at a firm that serviced clients dealing with personal and corporate bankruptcy, residential and commercial real estate, and family law matters.
Today, Claudia builds on that experience to represent firm clients in real estate and civil litigation matters, including (but not limited to): family law, real estate, business law, and contract law.
Samantha received a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Florida State University and went on to earn her Juris Doctorate degree from St. Thomas University. During that time, she served as Vice President of the Student Bar Association and interned for the Honorable Sarah Zabel in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Samantha represents individuals in various family law matters, including dissolutions of marriage, prenuptial agreements, domestic violence, paternity, and the modification of various post-dissolution issues such as alimony and child support.
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