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Rebecca L. Palmer, Esq.

Rebecca L. Palmer is a Family & Marital Law attorney practicing in Orlando, FL and serves clients throughout the state of Florida.  Palmer has a broad background in providing intimate legal advice to those in need at a major time of change in their life. She has been an advocate for her clients for almost 30 years and continues to have steadfast continued relationship even after a divorce has been finalized. Palmer is a champion in the courtroom as well as knowledgeable in alternative domestic dispute resolution avenues like mediation and Collaborative Law.

Palmer’s matters range from difficult divorces, mediation, adoption, complex financial issues and custody cases. Palmer is a Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator and brings experience in all methods of case resolution, including mediation, arbitration, facilitation and negotiations to serve individuals as well as businesses.  She has extensive experience with complex financial issues as well. Palmer has handled dividing celebrity assets with an eye to the family behind the news, and was on the legal team representing Elin Nordegren in her divorce from Tiger Woods.

Palmer also loves her community. Palmer has been President of the Central Florida Association of Women, the President of the Orlando Young Professionals, an adjunct professor in the areas of Legal Ethics, Business Law, Trial Techniques and Family Law at Stetson University, Barry University, Southern College, and the University of Central Florida. Palmer also taught for several years at Emory University for the trial advocacy program. In 2022, Orlando’s Mayor Buddy Dyer reappointed Rebecca to the Art Advisory Board until 2024. She is a published author and speaker and appears frequently on Fox 35 News Orlando.

Also, Rebecca L. Palmer has been listed on the 2023 Super Lawyers® List once again. For the seventeenth year in a row, Rebecca L. Palmer has been named to the Super Lawyers® list, recognized by her peers as a top-ranked attorney in her practice of family law and alternative dispute resolution. Only 5% of attorneys in Florida receive this distinction.