Jennifer R. Joslin is a family law attorney and associate at Farzad Family Law.
Jennifer obtained her Juris Doctorate from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2005. During law school, she was a member of the Mock Trial Team, SBA Vice-President and first and third year representative, student newspaper editor and student mentor. Prior to law school, Jennifer R. Joslin obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/Pre-Law, with a minor in psychology from Washington State University in 1999, where she graduated one year early.
Jennifer R. Joslin is an experienced attorney and has been licensed in the State of California since the year 2005. She is compassionate, intelligent, caring and dedicated. She takes great pride in ensuring the client’s needs are met and they have a voice.
Read what one of her clients had to say about Ms. Joslin:
“. . . She has been a blessing. Not only is she a great communicator, but we were never left wondering, now what? She always left us with a clear understanding of what we should expect and that left us with piece of mind. She returns e-mails and calls immediately and that, in my opinion, went above and beyond. I also found Jennifer to be a very kind, sincere, and professional attorney and just a great person. . .”
Jennifer’s area of law, like all the attorneys at the firm, is limited exclusively to divorce and family law cases. These include the representation of clients with the following matters:
- Dissolution of marriage or legal separation;
- Child custody and visitation;
- Child support;
- Spousal support;
- Domestic violence and restraining orders;
- Division of assets and debts, including characterization of community and separate property;
- Parentage actions; and
- Post Judgment modifications.
Attorney Jennifer Joslin looks forward to representing you for all of your family law needs. Contact Farzad Family Law today for an initial strategy session. The firm has office locations in Santa Ana, Newport Beach and Mission Viejo.
Testimonials are not a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your family law matter.