Eliazar-Macke Law, LLC
Criminal & Family Law Services for Working People in North & Central Florida
Down-to-earth legal advocacy.
Experienced representation committed to helping you reach the best outcome
Brooke Eliazar-Macke graduated from New York School of Law in 2013. Since then she has worked in immigration, criminal defense, and family law, and is now focusing on criminal and family law.
She is admitted to practice law in Florida and New York. She lives in North Florida with her family and is an active member of her community.
Offices located at 225 NE 8th Ave, Ocala, FL
Open Monday thru Friday, from 9am to 4pm.
Due to the pandemic, an appointment is required at this time.
Please let our office know if you prefer an in-person or virtual meeting.
Stages of an Average Divorce
PETITION IS FILED
The relief sought in a case determines the content and recipients of the petition.
The clerk of court will issue summons to be served on all relevant parties with the petition.
ANSWER & COUNTERPETITION FILED
A response to the petition must be filed within 20 days of service.
ANSWER TO COUNTERPETITION
A petitioner may submit an answer to the respondent's counterpetition.
TEMPORARY RELIEF SOUGHT
Each party can file a motion for temporary relief (child support, change in timesharing) needed before a final judgement.
Parties will be ordered to attend mediation.
If the parties cannot reach full agreement, a trial will be held on all outstanding issues.