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Sara has an extensive background in family law and is collaboratively trained, which blend well with her passion for advocating on behalf of children and families. Throughout her career, Sara has built her reputation by focusing her legal efforts on uncontested dissolutions of marriage, paternity, and stepparent, relative, and foster care adoptions. Each case varies in complexity and conflict, but the approach remains the same. The peaceful resolution has proven to yield the best long-term results and the least amount of stress for all parties involved. Sara believes you need to embrace and understand the family dynamic in order to excel within family law and to assist parties in reaching amicable and equitable resolutions.

Sara was raised in Broward County, Florida before moving to Gainesville to attend the University of Florida for undergraduate and law school – Sara remains an avid Florida Gator.  Sara graduated with highest honors with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and a minor in Criminology from the University of Florida.  She subsequently graduated with honors from the University of Florida Levin College of Law.  During her tenure at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Sara participated in and was awarded the Book Award in Florida Family Court, as well as in the Gator TeamChild Juvenile Advocacy Clinic, where she represented children in dependency and delinquency cases.  Sara has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2009.

Sara began her legal career as an attorney at the Guardian Ad Litem Program in Miami-Dade County, where she represented and zealously advocated for the best interests of children in the dependency system.   Subsequently, Sara worked as a Senior Assistant Attorney General for the Children’s Legal Services bureau in Broward County, where she prosecuted dependency cases for the State of Florida.  In 2015, the Department of Children and Families, Children’s Legal Services awarded Sara the “Excellence in Legal Advocacy” award in recognition of her efforts to advance the practice of dependency law to advocate for Florida’s dependent children. Due to her high level of effectiveness during her early years at the Office of the Attorney General Children’s Legal Services bureau, Sara was promoted to the position of Supervising Attorney. As both a prosecutor and Supervising Attorney, Sara worked diligently to ensure permanency was timely achieved for children in the dependency system, as well as assisted in the adoption process for countless children and families, tenaciously working to ensure that they were timely adopted once legally freed.  Following her tenure at the Office of the Attorney General, Sara entered private practice and became a founding partner at HVW Law Group, a boutique law firm where she practiced exclusively family law.    

Sara is married to Mark and is a mother of two daughters, Brielle and Everly.   As a mother, wife, and daughter, Sara personally and professionally understands the family dynamic and the importance of focusing on the well-being of the child and family unit throughout the family law process.  Sara Horowitz PA’s sole focus remains collaborative divorce and family law.  Sara is a compassionate, diligent, and professional attorney, who works closely with her clients in striving to achieve the best outcomes for each one.  Sara has a passion for and has handled a considerable amount of uncontested cases, including dissolutions of marriage, paternity cases, and adoptions, which assists clients in timely resolving their cases. 

Sara is an active member of the South Palm Beach County Collaborative Law Group Choose Collaborative, as well as the Florida Association of Collaborative Professionals.

Sara has been appointed to The Florida Bar’s Seventeenth Circuit Grievance Committee “C.” Her term of service is from April 1, 2022 through March 31, 2025. Grievance committees are made up of volunteer members, at least one-third of whom are not lawyers. Each of Florida’s 20 judicial circuits has at least one such committee. The grievance committee reviews complaints and decides, after a case is submitted to them by bar counsel, whether there is probable cause to believe a lawyer violated the professional conduct rules imposed by the Supreme Court of Florida and whether discipline against the lawyer appears to be warranted.