Our Family Law Section at B.E.A.T. consists of attorney members, as well as members assisting our legal team in areas of Family Law. Although many issues are within any Family Law case, B.E.A.T. focuses on assisting those who qualify for help in issues involving:

  • Child Support, including matters pending before Child Support Enforcement;
  • Adoptions;
  • Simplified divorces;
  • Timesharing issues and scheduling;
  • Questions regarding Department of Children and Family investigations, which include, without limitation to supervised timesharing and dependency matters;
  • Assistance for pro se litigants; and
  • Several uncontested matters.

 Overviews on each topic will be provided at each seminar, as well as a thorough instructions on how to: (1) initiate a case with any of the family courts in Florida; (2) respond to a petition for which you were served with; (3) request a modification on any prior court order involving a family issue; and (4) get further assistance.

            Our goal is to help you, regardless of whether you qualify as indigent for the purposes of taking on a case as pro bono. As such, consultations are free and will be available after each seminar. Additionally, if you do not qualify as indigent and feel that you cannot proceed with any matter without the assistance of counsel, B.E. A. T. has access to several attorneys who can provide legal assistance at a lower rate. We will never leave you hopeless.

First Time Home buyer Classes

  • ​1) Will discus the current market status ( buyers or sellers market)
  • 2) Will explain in detail what the advantages and disadvantages are for a buyers market.
  • 3) Will touch base on the different finance options and how they affect the strength of an offer
  • 4) Importance of getting pre- approved
  • ​5) Buying and Financing a Home
  • 6) Settlement Costs
  • 7) Evaluation of your Financial Situation. Credit Score/history

Health and Fitness program 

   Our company was create in order to assist adolescent, adult and the elderly, including indigent minorities, to develop their potential by aiding in scholastic training,  and promotion of special production and classes, with emphasis on financial and legal issues, as well as immigration causes.

We provide these services free of cause to those who qualify by the following federal standards:

Household Size Monthly Income Base


  • Gross income means a household's total, non-excluded income, before any deductions have been made. Net income means gross income minus allowable deductions.
  • SNAP gross and net income limits are higher in Alaska and Hawaii.

Deductions are allowed as follows:


  •  A 20 percent deduction from earned income;
  •  A standard deduction of $155 for households sizes of 1 to 3 people and $165 for a household size of 4 (higher for some larger households);
  •  A dependent care deduction when needed for work, training, or education;
  •  Medical expenses for elderly or disabled members that are more than $35 for the month if they are not paid by insurance or someone else;
  • Legally owed child support payments;
  • Some States allow homeless households a set amount ($143) for shelter costs; and
  • Excess shelter costs that are more than half of the household's income after the other deductions. Allowable costs include the cost of fuel to heat and cook with, electricity, water, the basic fee for one telephone, rent or mortgage payments and taxes on the home. (Some States allow a set amount for utility costs instead of actual costs.) The amount of the shelter deduction cannot be more than $490 unless one person in the household is elderly or disabled. (The limit is higher in Alaska, Hawaii and Guam.)

A debtor education course will include information on:

  • Developing a budget
  • Managing money
  • Using credit wisely.
  • Debt Collection Rights & Fair Credit Reporting Act

Debtor education can take place in person, or online. The education session might last longer than the financial counseling — about two hours —

E-mail: solutions@beatheodds.org

PH: 1+813.575.BEAT

WEB: www.beatheodds.org

ADD: 2250 SW 3rd AVE STe 303-C

Miami FL-33129

 Scam and Identity Prevention session includes:

  • An evaluation of your personal financial situation
  • How to prevent Identity Theft
  • What to do after my identity have been stolen
  • Jobs Scams, Money wiring, Pay Day advances
  • Immigration and Scams

A typical counseling session should last about 60 to 90 minutes, and can take place in person, or online. 

Gross monthly income
(130 percent of poverty)

  • $1,265
  • 1,705
  • 2,144
  • 2,584
  • 3,024
  • 3,464
  • 3,904
  • 4,344
  • +440

Net monthly income
(100 percent of poverty)

  • $ 973
  • 1,311
  • 1,650
  • 1,988
  • 2,326
  • 2,665
  • 3,003
  • 3,341
  • +339

Physical exercise is important for maintaining physical fitness and can contribute positively to maintaining a healthy weight, building and maintaining healthy bone density, muscle strength, and joint mobility, promoting physiological well-being, reducing surgical risks, and strengthening the immune system. 

This seminar contains:

  • Nutrition Facts
  • Obesity and Diabetes Prevention and Control 
  • How to state active

A typical counseling session should last about 60 to 90 minutes, and can take place in person, or online.

Household Size

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8​
  • Each additional member

​​​Contact Us:(813) 575.BEAT


A simple functional guidance, practice and Basic Information US and Florida State, general customs, way of life and especially helps practiced on places and institutions to which they can turn to for information or support to take its first steps that routed correctly in our country.

  •  1-Registration and presentation of staff BEAT in charge of the seminar. Delivery printed (brochure), with information and main interest for these individuals. Here audiovisual presentation  of the subjects of the brochure.
  • 2. Time to answer questions and doubts of the seminar (2 hrs. Approx.). 

FORMAT: Our seminar will consist of two (2) parts, and four (4) hours 

BEAT financial counseling session includes:

  • An evaluation of your personal financial situation
  • A discussion of alternatives for your financial situation before considering bankruptcy
  • A personal budget plan.

A typical counseling session should last about 60 to 90 minutes, and can take place in person, on the phone, or online. The counseling organization is required to provide the counseling for free for people who can’t afford to pay. If you can’t afford to pay a fee for credit counseling, ask for a fee waiver from the counseling organization before the session begins.