Brent Kimball is a litigator, having walked into Court one hour after being sworn into the Florida Bar to argue his first case. Brent focuses his practice on Family Law and Civil Litigation and makes it his business to zealously fight for his clients.

In Family Law, Brent focuses his practice on large-scale Family Law litigation, fighting for clients involved in contested dissolutions, child custody/time- sharing, child support, alimony, equitable asset distribution, paternity, modifications, prenuptial agreements, and domestic violence/stalking injunctions.

In his Civil Litigation practice, Brent has focused on contract disputes, corporate dissolution, non-compete agreements, defamation, fraud, arbitration, and foreclosure.      

Since beginning his career, Brent has successfully conducted all aspects of litigation and trial, defending and securing combined judgments totaling nine figures.

Admissions and Professional Memberships

Brent is a member of the Florida Bar and admitted to practice in the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida.

Education & Professional Background

Brent graduated from the University of Central Florida after becoming the first student to earn both the Omans and Bowser Scholarship Prizes in the same academic year. Later, Brent attended the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, where he served as President of the Real Property Law Society and earned the Book Award in Trial Practice.

Community & Professional Involvement

Brent proudly served as a Guardian ad Litem, protecting the interests of underprivileged children in Orlando. He served as a member of the Advisory Board for the Center for Business Development, mentoring and advising new entrepreneurs as they developed and grew their businesses. Brent has also served as a spokesperson for a large Central Florida political organization, organizing and hosting large scale meetings for gubernatorial and congressional candidates, as well as fielding questions from the media.