“Nobody can wave a magic wand and take away the stress, but I can tell you that you will survive this, and come out stronger on the other side. Let me guide you there.”
Jacqueline got her law degree from Fordham University. Also, she got a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology from Fordham, which she uses to relate to her clients. One unique thing about Jacqueline is that she has been admitted to practice law in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York. So, if you face an out of state divorce, Jacqueline can assist you with it. Her unique position as a teacher of a Legal Writing and Research course means that she has strong communication and writing skills. So, she uses these skills to draft important documents for your case and communicate with opposing counsel.
“Working together with you as you start you next chapter is a blessing for me, and I’m committed to make this as painless as possible for you.”
Jade worked as a temporary assistant clerk for the Hartford Courthouse. Before that, she worked as a legal volunteer for the Hartford Family Court Domestic Assistance Program. She has also been a legal intern for the International Institute of Connecticut. Jade earned her Juris Doctorate at the University of Connecticut. In addition, she has a Master’s degree in English from Boston University and a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Connecticut. Jade’s strong communication and writing skills are important ones to have as a lawyer. She can easily read and analyze case law as well as documents related to her clients’ cases. She can also draft briefs and memos with ease, allowing her to communicate with the courts, her clients, and opposing counsel.
“I’ve seen the divorce process from both sides, and believe my parents are in a better place by having divorced. I can help you get there, too.”
Haley attended Lafayette College in PA, where she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and spent a semester abroad studying at the University of Western Australia in Perth. After college, Haley moved to Manhattan where she worked as a legal assistant at Willkie Farr & Gallagher for three years. She then moved to Lexington, VA, where she earned her Juris Doctor degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law. She completed a year-long externship working for the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office in Roanoke and spent a semester working at the law school’s Immigrant Rights Clinic.