Attorney Nadine A. Brown currently practices in the areas of immigration, family, dispute resolution, wills and trusts and probate law. She also has experience in consumer protection, housing, real estate, landlord tenant law, business and American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Education law.
Nadine A. Brown is a true advocate for her clients and has experience in community outreach and grassroots development issues. Although Ms. Brown uses her conflict resolution skills as a Parenting Coordinator and Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, she has litigated family law cases involving divorce and child custody and support modifications.
As an advocate for children and human rights she has represented unaccompanied Haitian minors in dependency proceedings in juvenile court and at the Immigration Court in Orlando, Florida. She has advanced the cause of refugees and immigrant by winning asylum and deportation/removal cases for individuals from all over the world including but not limited to countries like Senegal, Egypt, Cuba, Haiti, Ecuador, Albania, Kosovo, Mexico, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, France and Russia just to name a few.
Her goal is to improve the lives of her clients by empowering, educating and advocating for them. As an immigration advocate, she seeks to strengthen America on immigrant at a time. Nadine received her J.D. from the University of Florida’s College of Law. She is licensed to practice in Florida and the District of Columbia.
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