Born and raised in SW Portland, Jennifer is a highly experienced family law attorney, having handled hundreds of cases since becoming licensed in 2009. While divorce and custody cases are common in her practice, Jennifer has also handled relocations, child support and spousal support modifications, dissolutions of domestic partnerships and restraining order cases. Using her Master’s in Education on top of her legal training, Jennifer leverages the skills she developed as an educator to educate her clients about the law so they can make fully informed decisions about their cases.
Jennifer is a judge pro tempore for Multnomah County, handling domestic relations settlement conferences. Jennifer volunteers for the child representation program in Washington County, and is a mentor attorney for The Women’s Justice Project. She is recent past Secretary to the Washington County Bar Association Board, as well as participates on the Advisory Board for Washington County Conciliation Services. Jennifer is also a member of Oregon Women Lawyers, the Multnomah Bar Association, and the Oregon Association of Family Law Practitioners.
Outside of work, Jennifer enjoys camping, watching movies, reading suspense novels, and watching true crime shows. She also still rides motorcycles with her husband Rick, despite having two titanium plates in her right arm after a motorcycle accident in 2018. Jennifer is a “bonus mom” to Taylor and Joshua and also enjoys spending time with her pets, which include two rescue dogs and a calico cat with a major attitude.
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