Aubrey Ducker

201 E. Pine Street, Suite 445
orlando, Florida 32792
United States
Office Phone: 407-647-7887
Member since 2012
Membership Type: IACP



If you are facing a divorce and need advice in deciding the best alternatives for you and your family members, we can help. We offer professional and compassionate advice and seek to provide very attentive responses to our clients’ needs; our efforts as a law firm are to pinpoint potential problems and resolve them before they come up as major difficulties.

At, we look for solutions that help everyone rather than just one side of the issue. Orlando family law attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr., offers experienced legal counsel and advice covering a wide range of family law cases, however, we require that all clients consider a Collaborative model. We provide pragmatic, problem-solving methods to resolve various cases involving elder law, adult guardianships, divorce, as well as fathers’ and mothers’ rights. - See more at:

Area(s) of Practice: At Aubrey Law .com, we pride ourselves on using a team approach to each client’s concerns. Please contact us today for an appointment with a lawyer if you have a question about family law, divorce, elder law, fathers’ and mothers’ rights, individual education plans or adult guardianships. You can reach our lawyers by phone at 407-647-7887 or by submitting the intake form on our contact us page. - See more at:
License(s): Florida Bar

Professional Activities

Mr. Ducker is Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of The Mayflower of Winter Park, an adult congregate living facility. He also serves on the board of directors of Christian Ethics Today, A member of the Religious Liberty Council of the Baptist Joint Committee on Religious Liberty,, he spent six years on the board of directors, and has previously served locally on the Board of Directors of the MustardSeed of Central Florida,, - See more at:

Undergraduate Education

After serving six years in the U.S. Navy, Mr. Ducker attended Valencia Community College, where he served as Treasurer of the Alpha Gamma Omega Chapter of the International Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa. He then attended the University of Central Florida, serving as President of the Society of Professional Journalists and the President’s Leadership Council.

Postgraduate Education

Mr. Ducker obtained his law degree from the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida, where he served as the Law College Council President. - See more at:

Professional Education

Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr., is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, the Florida Bar Association and the American Bar Association, He has received an “AV Preeminent” Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the Highest Rating Available. As a member of Collaborative Family Law of Central Florida,, Mr. Ducker works through the Collaborative Process to assist families in making their own decisions rather than leaving the courts to decide between competing views of the future. Mr. Ducker also serves by court appointment as a guardian ad litem — advocating for children in contested custody and abuse or neglect cases, and is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts,, and the Florida Association of Family and Conciliation Court - See more at:


When clients choose a collaborative law approach for their divorce, they want to avoid many of the pitfalls of a more typical mediation or litigation process. At, we will work with you to find a better way. The Collaborative Law approach involves a formal agreement with your spouse, represented by another attorney. The couple, along with both attorneys, agree to try resolve the issues in the divorce as a team. This means that while attorney-client communication is protected, information about the marriage is shared freely and openly without the need for costly motions or depositions. The benefits of this type of arrangement include: Gives both spouses significantly more control over the outcome of their case Use of a single set of experts maximizes resources Professionals who are focused on working together to find the best solution for the family Healthy transitions for each and every family member Reduced stress Increased privacy because agreements are made outside of the public court hearing and motion paperwork Faster resolution of the issues While the benefits of a collaborative divorce are many, the motivation for this approach generally comes from clients who have a strong desire to protect their children. This comes from the understanding that even though the parties will no longer be married, they will continue to have a connection with each other for the rest of their lives. From the child’s perspective, a future of sporting events, school plays, graduations, weddings and births will be much more enjoyable if he or she knows their parents can be in the same room together and not fight. - See more at: