Meet Sara Singer
Sara’s practice focuses exclusively on family law. She practices in Broward, Miami and Palm Beach Counties.
Sara was born and raised on the Space Coast of Florida before moving to South Florida for law school. She received her law degree from the University of Miami School of Law and her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida.
Sara began her legal career as an Assistant Public Defender in Broward County, Florida, where she practiced criminal defense at both the misdemeanor and felony level. After gaining significant trial experience, Sara transitioned into the private sector. Sara has always had an interest in family law as her mother is also a family law attorney in Melbourne, Florida. Sara began working as an associate attorney at a prominent South Florida family law firm, Brydger & Porras. When the partners at Brydger & Porras retired, Sara took over the practice.
Sara is also licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia. Read more
Meet Gordon C. Brydger
Gordon C. Brydger was raised in Miami and went to college at the University of Florida in Gainesville. He graduated with honors and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Brydger received a scholarship to Emory University Law School in Atlanta, Georgia, where he served as an editor of the Emory Law Journal. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1977. His legal career began at a large firm in downtown Miami. In 1988, he opened his own practice in Fort Lauderdale and devoted his practice exclusively to marital and family law.
Mr. Brydger is a member of the Broward County Bar Association, where he served as chair of the Family Law Section from 1993-1994. He was also co-chair of the Continuing Legal Education Committee from 1990-1992 and a member of the Judicial Selection and Tenure Committee from 1989-1991, for the Florida Bar.
Our Family Law Services
The court may award a husband or wife financial support, to ensure that he or she is financially stable after the divorce. Read More.
Child Support ensures that both parents are contributing to a child’s financial needs. Read More.
It is critical to establish paternity to have the ability to enforce your rights as a parent. Read More.
When parents are no longer married, parenting decisions can be especially difficult. A parenting plan can help. Read More.
Parental Relocation Disputes
For parents who share parenting time, moving can be a very complex issue. Read More.
We can help ensure that you will be left in the best possible position after your marriage has ended. Read More.
Asset & Business Valuations
Our attorneys understand how to accurately value businesses, real estate, stocks, art and much more. Read More.
Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
When one party has significant assets or income, it can be very important to document non-marital property. Read More.
When circumstances change, families can request to modify court orders to more adequately reflect their needs. Read More.
Post Judgment Enforcement Actions
Sometimes disagreements arise even after a couple has divorced. When one party of a family law case is not following the terms of the agreement, The Law Offices of Sara J. Singer can ask the court to enforce the terms of the agreement. Read More