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Law Office of Nadine A. Brown, P.A. was founded in 2002 and is a firm dedicated to informing, educating, empowering and advocating for clients going through the legal system. Nadine A. Brown is an attorney who believes in providing individual attention to each client and to the exceptional details of each case. This firm is about building relationships and maintaining the integrity of the beliefs on which Attorney Brown was raised, that is, every person has value and a right to justice and good representation in the court system.


Immigration Law

Ms. Brown began practicing Immigration Law in 1999. She was the supervising attorney of the Catholic Charities Immigration and Refugee Services Program in Orlando, Florida where she supervised a staff of 7 individuals. While at Catholic Charities she provided Immigration services in a wide range of areas. Her cases included but were not limited to: asylum and refugee law, battered spouse petitions, Cuban adjustments, Cancellation of Removal applications, removal of conditional resident status, deportation-Immigration Court proceedings, family petitions, Haitian refugee cases, K visas, visa extensions, Board of Immigration Appeals, Diversity lottery, Religious worker visas, special immigrant juvenile petitions, student visas, J-1 visa waivers, V visas, fiancée visas, naturalization, naturalization waivers, naturalization appeals, hardship waivers. Since opening her firm in 2002 she has expanded her field of practice to cases involving business immigration visas and has successfully completed employment based sponsorship cases.


Family Law

Ms. Brown practices family law in Orange, Seminole and Volusia County, Florida. She began doing so in 2002 when many immigration clients also needed assistance in family court. She has represented clients with intersecting immigration and family law issues as well as family law only clients. She has represented cases involving supplemental modifications of final orders as well as contested and uncontested divorce/dissolution of marriage involving hotly contested child custody and property matters. She is also a child advocate and has also represented children in dependency proceedings before the Ninth Judicial Circuit Juvenile Court and in Polk County at the Tenth Judicial Circuit Court.



Attorney Nadine A. Brown became a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator in January 2010 to help divorcing couples resolve their conflicts as reasonably as possible. Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution mechanism to get parties to reduce conflict and resolve their legal matters as civilly as possible. Attorney Brown is committed to minimizing the hostility parties may exhibit going through a divorce or other family law conflict. Clients are encouraged to consider private mediation pre or post filing a family law action in circuit court to minimize the cost and animosity generated during litigation.


Parenting Coordination

Ms. Brown became a parenting coordinator in October 2014 to help parents in high conflict cases resolve their communication and parenting issues in a less adversarial environment. Parenting Coordination requires a child focused method of resolving the parenting issues that arise when parties divorce or share custody of an out of wedlock child. Each parent may have genuine concerns about the offenses and character issues the other parent presents, however, parenting coordination is a process Ms. Brown uses to help the parties learn effective methods of communication to carry out the court required parenting plan for the best interest of the child being harmed by parents who just can’t get along.


Estate Planning and Probate

Ms. Brown provides estate planning for small to modest estates. She prepares the documents necessary to assist individuals with preparing for the worst. A typical package may include not only the Last Will and Testament, but a Living Will, Durable Power of Attorney and Revocable Living Trust. In 2015 the firm began handling Probate matters involving summary and full administration of estates in Orange and Seminole County, Florida. Since 2016, the firm's probate practice has expanded to include Volusia and Duval counties where Attorney Brown assists grieving family members who have lost a loved one.

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