Jenna’s practice focuses on both family law and trusts and estates. In family law, Jenna represents clients in divorces, child support matters, child custody disputes, and post-judgment matters. In estate planning, Jenna represents clients in developing estate plans which protect themselves and help to conserve, distribute, and protect hard-earned assets through the execution of wills, trusts, and more. Jenna also assists in matters involving estate administration and conservatorship proceedings.
In both family law and trusts and estates, Jenna strives to understand each person’s unique circumstances. Because no two people are the same, she believes no solution is the same, and she is committed to working with her clients, whether in family law or when making estate plans, to find a creative solution that best fits the client. Jenna is passionate about helping people in all stages of life and making sure that each person feels supported. To do this, she places a focus on client communication which she feels is imperative to successfully representing each client. Jenna finds that the most rewarding part of her practice is the connections that she builds with people, and the ability to give back to the community.
During law school, Jenna spent time in the Civil Justice Clinic representing immigrants to obtain citizenship. She also worked to help pass House Bill 6657, a law that can fundamentally change the lives of human trafficking victims in the State of Connecticut
Quinnipiac University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2021
- Family Law Concentration, with Honors
- Civil Justice Clinic
- Mock Trial Society
- Moot Court Honor Society
- Society for Dispute Resolution
Quinnipiac University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2019
Honors & Awards
Distinguished Academic Achievement Award, 2018, Criminal Law
Distinguished Academic Achievement Award, 2019, Legal Skills
Distinguished Academic Achievement Award, 2021, Negotiation
Nancy Ellen Heinrich – Trusts and Estates
Lilliana Gonzalez – Matrimonial