Brittany Bonner Divorce Attorney
Brittany Bonner is a Partner at Filler Rodriguez, LLP where she focuses the majority of her practice on divorce and child custody cases. Prior to joining Filler Rodriguez, Brittany was a Division Chief in the Dependency Division of the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel in Miami, Florida, where she represented parents who have had their children removed for allegations of abuse, abandonment, and neglect. Brittany began her career practicing criminal defense in state and federal courts, both as an Assistant Public Defender at the Miami Public Defender’s Office and in private practice, where she has tried more than 40 criminal cases to verdict.
Brittany is very active in her legal community. She serves on the Executive Committee for the Miami-Dade Bar’s Board of Directors; co-chairs the Miami-Dade Bar’s Family Courts Committee; and has previously co-chaired the Juvenile Courts Committee and the Miami-Dade County Children’s Courthouse Family Reunification Recognition Committee. She has spoken at various events on Ethical Issues in the Representation of Children, Pro Bono opportunities in Child Welfare, Case Law Updates in Dependency, Ramifications of Virtual Visitation, and the Children’s Courthouse Wall of Honor Ceremony. She participated in Children’s Week in Tallahassee with Florida Youth Shine, lobbying alongside foster youth to pass legislation to improve Florida’s Child Welfare System. She has also provided pro-bono legal services to asylum seeking families with the CARA Family Detention Project in Dilley, Texas.
Brittany is licensed to practice law in Florida, New York, and Georgia. She has been recognized as one of South Florida’s 40 Under 40 Outstanding Lawyers by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.