Brenda Gitchev Guerrero, Esquire graduated from St. Thomas University School of Law in 2005. After graduation, she worked as a staff attorney for the Atlanta Legal Society, assisting low income individuals with issues dealing with social security disability, consumer law, landlord tenant and family law.
Subsequently, she relocated back to Miami, Florida and for many years she worked as an Assistant State Attorney for the Miami-Dade County State Attorneys Office – Child Support Enforcement Division.
During her tenure as a prosecutor, she handled thousands of cases involving paternity, establishment, modification and enforcement of child support, determination of arrears, and contempt matters. She has vast knowledge of the law governing the child support orders established by the child support division, including child support orders entered administratively by the Florida Department of Revenue.
After dedicating many years in the area of public service, she joined the law firm of Schweitzer-Ramras & Diaz, P.A. as an Associate Attorney. During her time with Schweitzer-Ramras & Diaz, she focused on all aspects of family law matters such as divorce, paternity, child custody and time sharing, enforcement matters, modifications of court orders, and domestic violence injunctions.
Professional Organizations and Community Outreach
- United States District Courts, Southern District of Florida
- Vice President of The Dominican American Bar Association
- Miami-Dade County Bar Association
- Volunteer for the Miami-Dade County Teen Court Program
- Member of the Florida Bar Family Law Section
Areas of Practice
- Child Support
- Child Custody and Timesharing
- Domestic Violence Injunctions