Family Law Attorney Kenneth A. Gordon Presented at the Broward County Bar Association’s 2018 Raising the Bar Seminar

Attorney Kenneth A. Gordon, a partner with the full-service South Florida law firm Brinkley Morgan, recently served as a speaker at the Broward County Bar Association’s (BCBA) 2018 Raising the Bar Seminar on Fri., April 13 at Bahia Mar Hotel in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

The annual seminar is presented by the Family Law Section of the BCBA and covers a variety of topics related to the practice of family law.  Gordon, who is a Florida Bar board-certified specialist in marital and family law, presented on the topic of Trial Litigation and discussed the step-by-step process of preparing for a successful trial.

Gordon is the head of Brinkley Morgan’s Marital and Family Law department and has extensive experience in handling complex family law matters, including adoption, parental responsibility and timesharing disputes, dissolutions of marriage, alimony, business valuations, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, equitable distribution, domestic partnership agreements, appeals and all other family law related matters.  He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a member and past Chair of the Family Law Section of the Broward County Bar Association. He also serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for Broward Partnership for the Homeless and on the Board of Trustees and Executive Committee for South Florida PBS for Palm Beach, Broward and Dade counties.  He has lectured extensively and published numerous articles on a variety of family law topics and has been recognized as one of Miami’s “Top 100 Lawyers” for family law in the 2016-2018 editions of Super Lawyers magazine.


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