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  • Lawyer name:Jessica Hall Janicek - Southlake, TX
  • Address:181 Grand Avenue Suite 225Southlake,TX
  • Phone:817-481-2710
  • Fax:817-481-2637
  • PostalCode:76092
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  • Areas of Practice:Family Law

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  • "Family law is business law and just about every other type of law. You become an expert at so many different types of law because no case is ever the same as another."

    Jessica Janicek thought she would go into business or corporate litigation after earning her law degree. But she found herself drawn to family law, which gives her an outlet for her passionate concern for people and her motivation to make their lives better.

    "My mother worked for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for many years," she says. "I went with her on many of her cases and was exposed to family issues at a young age."

    Ms. Janicek grew up in Austin and earned a bachelor's degree in business administration with a major in marketing from Baylor University in 2006. She earned her Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2009 and was licensed to practice in the state later that year.

    During law school, she clerked or interned for the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT), the Denton County District Attorney's Office, a medical malpractice defense law firm and a general practice law office. She also served as a summer research assistant for Professor Keith Hirokawa at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law.

    She finished ninth in her law school class among 145 students, was Articles Editor on the Law Review Executive Board, made the Dean's List all three years, was a recipient of the Texas Wesleyan Judicial Scholarship and worked on the Wesleyan Innocence Project.

    She also worked as a color guard director for several band programs in Central and North Texas. As the principal of Jessica Hall Public Relations, she did marketing and PR for numerous clients in television, radio, music and film.

    She is a member of the Tarrant County Bar Association and the Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association.

    She quickly connected to the attorneys and staff at KoonsFuller. "I knew of KoonsFuller's reputation in law school. I'm here because their team is the absolute best. And when you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best. I knew everyone here was smart and talented, but they are also awfully supportive. They believe in the team approach."

  • Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Dallas, Texas, 2009J.D.Honors: cum laude Baylor University, 2006Major: Marketing

  • Offering Every Resource for the Most Complex DivorcesNorth Texas Family Law and Divorce Attorneys

    Clients at many large law firms often feel as though they have to “take a number” when they have questions or concerns regarding their case.

    While KoonsFuller is the largest firm dedicated solely to family law in the Southwestern United States and one of the largest in the entire nation, we believe that the large firm benefits of experience, resources and reputation are not mutually exclusive to personal attention and responsive service.

    As it has been since the firm began in 1978, each of our clients is entitled to his or her own personal crusader who will be with them for the duration of their case. With more attorneys than a typical family law firm, KoonsFuller also has at least one lawyer who is perfectly suited to each client, no matter the size of the marital estate or the complexity of the lives concerned. Our roster of 29 attorneys represents a mix of pioneering Texas family lawyers, courtroom veterans and outstanding young talent, and includes 14 Texas family law specialists certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

    Our Services

    We provide a complete range of legal services for family and matrimonial law concerns of every type, including:

    AdoptionPrenuptial and postnuptial agreementsDivorceChild custody, visitation and supportPaternity issuesSpousal supportComplex property divisionAsset tracingPost-divorce modification or enforcement of custody, visitation and support ordersFamily law appeals

    Although the majority of our cases involve lawsuits filed in family law courts or in the multipurpose civil courts of some jurisdictions, we are fully committed to helping our clients avoid the expense, delays and emotional turmoil of a trial wherever possible. Our attorneys have many years of experience with family law mediation and arbitration, both advising and representing their own clients, and also serving as neutral third parties for others. Our team also includes several lawyers with collaborative law training.

    Working Together

    With 29 attorneys, dozens of support staff and four office locations in North Texas, our law firm is able to offer clients a wide range of personality types, levels of strategic thinking and hourly rates from which to choose. Most of our clients work closely with and are personally represented by a single well-qualified KoonsFuller attorney for the duration of their case. For larger and more complex cases, we assemble a team that gives clients access to the creative mindset and diligent work ethic of other KoonsFuller attorneys who are especially knowledgeable in fashioning premarital agreements, handling large estates, dealing with child custody, valuing businesses, dividing retirement assets, handling cases from inception through appeals and other areas of family law.

    Contact Our Family Law Professionals in Southlake, Texas

    To schedule an attorney consultation at our Southlake office, call 817-481-2710 or complete a brief e-mail contact form. Consultations are also available at any of our law firm's other North Texas office locations in Dallas, Plano and Denton.

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