Brenda L. London, Esq.
Brenda has practiced law in Florida for over 32 years. She is delighted to be a “Double-Gator” having received both her undergraduate degree and her law degree from the University of Florida. Brenda’s professional focus is Collaborative Family Law Practice, Mediation, and Guardian ad Litem work. She helps families approach difficult issues such as divorce, time-sharing, child support, paternity, spousal support, pre-marital planning, and modifications, with education, compassion, and empowerment. Additionally, over the span of her legal career, she has worked as a Guardian ad Litem with hundreds of children in both dependency cases as well as private cases. Judges frequently appoint her as the Guardian ad Litem in high conflict cases concerning timesharing, parental alienation, neglect and abuse. She is sensitive to the needs of families and individuals and promotes problem-solving with integrity and creativity for her clients through the use of the Collaborative Law Process and Mediation. Brenda believes that educating clients about their Family Law issues will enable them to identify their interests, build options, and move forward with clarity and understanding so that they can create sustainable long-term solutions.
Her work with children and families inspired her to be a Collaborative Family Law attorney and educator. Brenda is a Collaborative Law Trainer, teaching the principles and nuances of Collaborative Law to attorneys, mental health professionals and financial professionals. She helped create and develop the Collaborative Family Law Clinic at Barry University Law School, which is program designed to help underserved families in need of representation for divorce and paternity actions. She continues to serve as the Director of the Clinic as well as an Adjunct Professor teaching collaborative law and family law at the University. She served as the Administrator and Board Member of The Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida from 2008 to 2018. In August, 2020, Brenda become one of the first Accredited Collaborative Professionals in the State of Florida as designated by the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals. She is a member of the Florida Bar Association, the Orange County Bar Association, The Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers, The Florida Bar Family Law Section, The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, The Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals, as well as The Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida.