Jody L. Johnson helps clients who want to avoid prolonged conflict, and create solutions for moving forward in a manner that is private and respectful of each other and their children. She is accomplished in the areas of Collaborative Practice and litigation with an emphasis on Collaborative Practice where she is able to utilize negotiation and problem-solving skills for the benefit of clients.
At JLJ Family Law, we know that emotion and stress that accompanies a divorce. We also understand this stress is compounded by the fact that your decisions can have significant impact on children and extended family members.
Collaborative Law is the practice of interests-based negotiations to reach an agreement between two parties. Each party has legal counsel, but without court intervention. Collaborative cases are confidential and encourage a solutions-oriented approach to achieve desired outcome.
Every parent wants to ensure that his or her children have the things they need in life: a safe home, a good school, and the ability to develop their unique talents and skills. Adequate financial support is essential to meeting these needs.
Premarital (“prenup” or “prenuptial agreement”) and post-marital property agreements are a reasonable solution for those who are concerned about what will happen to their assets at the end of the marriage.