Kevin R. Brown has rapidly risen to become one of the leading family law attorneys in Southern California. His expertise covers all stages of family law litigation and negotiations from inception to trial. He empowers our clients with a clear understanding of the process, potential challenges that may arise and the special attention required to address the unique intricacies of their case to best position them for success.
Mr. Brown takes a frank but empathetic approach to his attorney-client relationships. Although the specific demands of each case differ, Mr. Brown’s core philosophy remains the same: Provide strategically aggressive yet cost-effective representation that uniquely promotes and prioritizes the client’s most critical objectives.
Mr. Brown’s extensive business and accounting background provide the client with the added insight during complex and sophisticated financial and asset disputes.
Practice areas include: Divorce Litigation; Legal Separation; Same-Sex Marriages; Divorce Mediation; Child Support; Spousal Support; Family Support; Paternity Matters (Parentage); Child Custody; Division of Pensions and Retirements, Visitation; Move-Away Issues; Domestic Violence and Restraining Orders/Protective Orders; and Modification and Enforcement of Judgments & Orders
Prior to practicing family law, Mr. Brown practiced workers’ compensation defense, representing large insurance carriers, third-party administrators, and self-insured employers. He also spent several years working in accounting and contract management with a local defense contractor prior to his legal career. Mr. Brown is admitted to practice before all California state courts, as well as the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
In his spare time, Mr. Brown enjoys scuba diving, international travel, and music composition.
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