Jennifer Frank

815 Orienta Ave.
Altamonte Springs, Florida 32701
United States
Office Phone: (407) 629-2208
Member since 2010
Membership Type: IACP



Having served as a family law practitioner since 1994, I am dedicated to serving my clients as an honest, compassionate and practical lawyer. Collaborative Law is a perfect fit with my professional core philosophy. I am excited that Collaborative Law is taking hold in the Central Florida area and I am proud to be part of a group of professionals dedicated to growing their Collaborative Law practice. Seeing our clients and their children reap the benefits of such a vastly different and more respectful method of dispute resolution is enormously satisfying for the both the clients and the professionals involved.

Area(s) of Practice: Florida Board Certified Marital and Family Law Attorney, Collaborative Law Attorney, Florida Bar Certified Family Law Mediator
License(s): Member of the Florida Bar in good standing ~Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator

Professional Activities

The Collaborative Family Law Group of Central FL - Member since inception 2007 ~Central Florida Family Law American Inn of Court - Board Member 2011 to 2017 (Pres. 2016-2017). ~Orange County Bar Assn. - Member since 1996 ~Florida Bar Assn. - Member since 1994 ~SuperLawyers listing since 2008 ~AV Rated by Martindale Hubbell ~Orange County Early Learning Coalition Board Member - 2018 to Present ~

Undergraduate Education

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. Graduated 1990 with Bachelors of Science and Majors in both Music (piano) and Political Science.

Postgraduate Education

University of Miami, School of Law, Coral Gables, FL. Graduated 1994 with JD.


Although I have been a litigation-style family law attorney since 1994, the Collaborative Family Law Community in which I practice has become increasingly dynamic since 2006. In fact, our Central Florida Collaborative practice group has quickly become one of the model groups nationwide. My continuing Collaborative training and experiece level along with those of my Collaborative colleagues has resulted in a greater number of moderate to complex family law cases transitioning into the Collaborative Law model. For those matters where the parties choose Collaborative, I am committed to working within the model and protocols to help my clients find creative solutions to their difficult and often complicated problems. All the while, we professionals work as a Collaborative Team to maintain a high level of civility and dignity for both the parties and the family as a whole. I absolutely love my Collaborative Practice and have really enjoyed the continued advanced training that I am able to take advantage of through my local group and through the IACP!