Published June 15, 2023
Offering legal services that cover a number of areas, including divorce, child custody, alimony, property division, prenuptial agreements, and domestic violence, Frese aims to help her clients settle family disputes both within and outside the courtroom.
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Frese recognizes that divorce and custody battles often present people with multiple emotional and financial stressors, a fact that is reflected in numerous studies. The immense toll of legal battles within families has been particularly stark within the past three years, where statistics have shown a spike in breakups during and following the pandemic.
Although many people’s first instinct may be to bring their ex-spouse to court, this approach can be costly, and it also isn’t pragmatic in cases where children are involved, says Frese. As she believes that mediation is a necessary step in divorce and custody battles, Frese can develop visitation plans for her clients and help them come to a fair agreement with their ex-spouse outside the courtroom, thus minimizing their legal fees and time spent on hearings.
However, Frese also acknowledges that court action is often required in such disputes. If no agreement can be reached despite all efforts at mediation, she will represent her client in court and fight for what they’re entitled to.
Frese graduated from the Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2005 and spent the next seven years as a prosecutor, working on cases that ranged from misdemeanor to first-degree murder. She returned to her hometown of Marshalltown in 2014 and joined Kaplan and Frese, where she worked as a federal defense attorney. With nearly two decades of legal experience in family, criminal, and federal law, she is now leading her own practice as its sole practitioner, allowing her to pay special attention to each of her clients’ unique circumstances.
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“My practice style is client-focused. I recognize that there are a variety of reasons a person may come to see a family or criminal lawyer,” says Frese. “I always offer initial consultations so that clients can discuss their needs with me to see whether my services are a good fit for them.”
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Jennifer Frese, Attorney At Law
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