Jason H. Haber, Esq.
Jason H. Haber was a legal intern for Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida’s (CCLA) Family Law Unit while he was still in law school. Since Jason started his private practice, he has continued to support CCLA by taking pro bono cases, including filing appeals for victims of domestic violence.
Recently, CCLA had a successful appellate decision published for a case Jason handled on its behalf. The client, a victim of domestic violence, was denied a Final Judgment of Injunction for Protection in the Circuit Court. This, despite the fact that her abuser had been arrested two years prior for strangling her and had recently threatened to “put bullets in her head” since he was in deportation proceedings due to his felony domestic violence conviction. Jason took on the appeal without any hesitation and filed a brief on behalf of CCLA’s client. The Fourth District Court of Appeals reversed and remanded the case for the Circuit Court to issue the Final Judgment of Injunction. Jason worked with Broward Lawyer’s Care to represent this victim for her appeal and has kindly agreed to take on other appeals.
Jason co-founded and serves as managing partner for Haber Blank, LLP. Jason’s practice focuses on civil litigation, family and matrimonial law, business transactions, real estate transactions, community association law, personal injury claims, probate and estate planning, and appellate practice.
Outside of the office, Jason serves as Vice-Chair of the Phi Alpha Delta International Foundation, Phi Alpha Delta’s District Justice for District XXXII, and Broward County Alumni Chapter board member. Jason is also a member of the Broward County Bar Association and supports Broward County’s Jewish Family Services, Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, and Legal Aid Services of Broward County.
Jason is also the Treasurer of his local synagogue and Past President of the University of Miami Alumni Club of Broward, and past member of the University of Miami Alumni Council. Jason volunteers to help victims of domestic violence through No More Tears, a local domestic violence organization and Jewish Family Service’s domestic abuse program.