Amber Brishne Glasper, Esquire is a member of the Law Office of Young, Berman, Karpf and Karpf. Ms. Glasper’s areas of practice consist of family law litigation, which includes but is not limited to divorce, alimony, child support matters, timesharing, paternity, relocation, modification and enforcement proceedings, domestic violence and temporary legal custody matters in Miami-Dade County and Broward County, Florida. Additionally, Ms. Glasper specializes in Dependency Related Proceedings such as cases involving abuse, abandonment and neglect, sexual abuse and human trafficking cases under Chapter 39 involving minor children. Ms. Glasper is also skilled in cases involving termination of parental rights and adoptions in dependency related and family law related proceedings. Adoption related proceedings include but are not limited to step-parent, grandparent, relative and adopting Children from the State of Florida foster care system. Furthermore, throughout Ms. Glasper’s legal career, she has dedicated a significant portion of her time advocating for the best interest of children and has been appointed on numerous cases as a guardian ad litem and attorney ad litem for children in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
Ms. Glasper was formerly employed with the Department of Children and Families as a prosecutor. Later, Ms. Glasper took a position as the Human Trafficking Coordinator for Children’s Legal Services in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Ms. Glasper then moved on to a position as in-house counsel for a Community Based Care Agency, the CHARLEE program which was responsible for over 100 foster youth. Ms. Glasper advanced further and opened her own private practice handling family law matters while still expanding her legal experience in child advocacy and defense in Dependency related matters.
Born and raised in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Ms. Glasper attended the University of Florida and received her bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in communications. She later applied to and was accepted to Florida International University Law School. As a law student, Ms. Glasper participated in the Immigrant Children’s Justice Clinic where she was given the opportunity to represent immigrant minor children as a certified legal intern. In her capacity as a certified legal intern, Ms. Glasper had the esteemed opportunity to argue her first appellate case before the Third District Court of Appeals which resulted in the case In Re T.J. 59 So.3d 1187(Fla. Dist. Ct. App 2011). Ms. Glasper was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2013. She continues to reside in Miami-Dade County, Florida raising her daughter and managing her law practice in Coral Gables, Florida.