Brent Kimball is a partner in Greenspoon Marder’s Marital & Family Law and Litigation practice groups. Brent devotes his practice to handling a wide range of family law and marital cases, including divorce proceedings, alimony disputes, and valuations of marital assets. He represents clients in child custody, timesharing, child support and adoption matters, as well as relocation, modification and enforcement cases. Mr. Kimball also drafts and negotiates pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, ensuring that his clients are protected.
Mr. Kimball’s diverse legal background and courtroom experience contribute to his ability to zealously advocate for his family law clients. He draws upon his background in civil litigation, where he spent significant time in court litigating contract disputes, corporate dissolutions, homeowner’s association disputes, and constitutional challenges to governmental actions and ordinances. Mr. Kimball has enjoyed representing a wide variety of clients, including individuals, small business owners, banking and financial institutions, and corporations.
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
- J.D., University of Florida, 2009
- B.A., University of Central Florida, 2003
- Represented several small business owners in civil litigation regarding matters ranging from breach of contract to tenant evictions
- Represented home owners associations in disputes ranging from eviction to contract disputes
- Defended large corporations involved in contract disputes and commercial foreclosures
- Counseled clients responding to hearings before professional licensing boards
- Counseled clients regarding constitutional challenges to municipal statutes
- Represented corporations in actions involving disputed property lines and easement issues
In the News
- Featured, ” Greenspoon Marder Promotes 6 Attorneys To Partner”, Law360, February 16, 2021
- Quoted, “Condo Developer Hit with $15 Million Judgement,” Orlando Sentinel, January 19, 2016
- Mentioned, “Greenspoon Marder Law Firm Wins $15 Million in Foreclosure Case,“ LoanSafe.org, January 19, 2016