Jennifer is a general litigator specializing in Family Law, Appellate Advocacy, and Civil Litigation.
Her family law practice focuses on dissolutions, relocations, child custody, child support modifications, parenting plan modifications, spousal maintenance and military law. Jennifer also assists her clients in avoiding litigation by drafting pre-nuptial agreements as well as cohabitation and domestic partnership agreements.
Jennifer’s decade of real estate and appellate experience as well as her involvement in her husband’s nearly 20 year military career in the United States Army assists her in providing family law clients a breadth of experience in areas impacting dissolutions. For example, Jennifer’s appellate practice allows her to formulate and implement strategic decisions in the trial court to assist her clients in avoiding unnecessary and expensive appeals after a case is concluded. She understands the nuances of military life such as deployments, permanent change of stations/relocations, leave and earnings, housing allowances, and other issues facing military families.
Her appellate practice includes appeals to the Washington State Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and US District Court for the Western District of Washington.
Jennifer will seek a reasonable and effective resolution to a case without unnecessary expense, and is a zealous advocate for her clients when intensive litigation cannot be avoided.
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