Jacqueline represents clients in all aspects of family law proceedings, including divorce, legal decision-making, and parenting time matters. She also represents parents in juvenile court on parental severance and adoption cases, and in probate court over guardianships of children and/or incapacitated adults. As part of her focus on children’s rights, Jacqueline also advises parents on various aspects of special needs law. Jacqueline’s work with the ARTEMiS Law Firm also includes civil litigation, where she focuses on representing individuals and small business owners on contractual disputes.
Prior to joining ARTEMiS, Jacqueline practiced in the field of labor relations. She practiced before the National Labor Relations Board, representing corporations in labor-management disputes and served as assistant general counsel of labor affairs for U-Haul International, Inc.
While practicing in the field of labor relations was both rewarding and challenging, Jacqueline’s passion for helping people at an individual level drove her to venture to a more localized practice.
Her legal services now incorporate representing individuals and small business owners in civil litigation disputes. Her practice also includes representing clients in dissolution of marriage and parenting matters.
Jacqueline is also passionate about children’s rights, advocating for the best interest of children in juvenile proceedings, such as termination of parental rights, guardianship and child adoption proceedings.
Her sincere desire to provide legal guidance and advocacy to individuals in need allows her to deliver personalized legal services to each and every client. In every matter that she undertakes, she combines her client-focused approach with the utmost dedication to quality and integrity.
J.D. Boston College Law School, 2003
B.S. Arizona State University, 1997
Co-Author, “The Section 7 Rights on Workplace Communication Policies.” The Practical Lawyer, August 2005.
Co-Chapter Editor, “Neutrality Agreements” Chp. 4. How to Take a Case Before the National Labor Relations Board, 2005 Supplement.
State Bar Admissions:
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
Volunteers Lawyers Program (VLP)
- Family Law
- Special Needs
- Juvenile Law
- Estate Planning
- Civil Litigation