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Family Law, Collaborative Divorce
June 14, 2022, Responding to an Affair in Marriage or Divorce
Jennifer decided at a young age to pursue a career in the law, telling friends and family members since she was a teenager that she wanted to be a divorce attorney. After earning her degree in Criminology and Political Science from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, she graduated from William Mitchell College of Law, where she worked as a research assistant for the Dean of the college. Jennifer brings energy and compassion to her work, assisting clients with their personal matters, including family law. Jennifer is a trained member of the Collaborative Law Institute, helping clients divorce with dignity and respect. Where the collaborative process is not the right fit for clients, she provides advocacy through a court-based process. Jennifer listens to her clients to provide an individualized approach that best fits her clients’ goals and addresses their concerns.
Graduation Year : 2011
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