Welcome to the Law Offices of Militzok & Levy, PLLC

Militzok & Levy, PLLC is a South Florida law firm that is dedicated to offering the highest caliber legal representation in both federal and state courts as well as in our transactional practice. The Firm’s practice places a major emphasis on insurance litigation, class actions, commercial litigation, consumer litigation, bankruptcy, real estate, family law, immigration and business transactions and agreements. The Firm’s litigation practice includes the representation of individuals and companies in property insurance claim litigation, breach of contract actions, real estate and landlord/tenant disputes,foreclosures, consumer protection actions, business partnership and shareholder disputes as well as other types of cases. The Firm also aggressively litigates class action lawsuits in the areas of consumer protection and unfair business practices. The Firm’s transactional practice encompasses broad ranging real estate and business transactions including commercial and residential real estate closings, title insurance, asset purchases and sales, mergers and acquisitions, and joint venture arrangements. The Firm also advises hundreds of small businesses on day-to-day legal matters. Our attorneys are often engaged to draft and negotiate agreements for a diverse variety of business matters. Our attorneys always provide clients with aggressive representation and unwavering dedication. Regardless of the type of case or matter they are handling, our lawyers are committed to utilizing experience, resources and skill to protect our clients’ best interest. Our cases are handled on an hourly basis or, alternatively, on a contingency fee basis, which means there are no attorneys’ fees or costs unless we are successful in obtaining a recovery. In addition to English, our staff speaks Spanish, Hebrew and Arabic. We are pleased to present this website to our clients, potential clients and to the general public. The website is designed to communicate to our clients and potential clients the firm’s practice, results and latest developments. We invite you to review our website and contact us if you need legal assistance.
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Recent News

  • |Attorney Matthew Militzok Wins Head of Household Garnishment Exemption Decision

    In a recently published decision in Florida Law Weekly Supplement, Attorney Matthew J. Militzok successfully argued that a wage earner who provided more than one-half of the financial support of a parent and who otherwise had no other dependents (such as children), qualified for the head of household exemption under Chapter 222 of the Florida Statutes. The Debtor had incurred an unpaid credit card debt. The credit card company obtained a judgment and obtained a wage garnishment against the Debtor. The Debtor argued that she supported her parents who lived with her and as a result provided more than one-half of their financial support. The Judge ruled that although Florida case law had not previously recognized that parents could be specifically defined as “dependents”, she found that parents do qualify as dependents in the same way that dependent children do under the statute. Previously, case law found that dependents primarily included minor children and adult children who had a disability and were otherwise unable to support themselves. This decision is a victory for all debtors who ne

  • |Attorney Ely R. Levy quoted in The Palm Beach Post

    Attorney Ely R. Levy quoted in The Palm Beach Post over litigation involving state-run Citizens Property Insurance Corporation.

  • |Matthew J. Militzok, Esq. and Ely R. Levy, Esq. are selected by Super Lawyers

    Attorneys Matthew J. Militzok, Esq. and Ely R. Levy, Esq. are selected by Super Lawyers as top attorneys in the Florida legal community for the third consecutive year, an honor bestowed on only 2% of Florida attorneys.