Guest Opportunity: Joryn Jenkins —Award Winning Family Law Attorney, Legal Strategist and Best Selling Author of many books including “War or Peace (Avoid the Destruction of Divorce Court)”
“Divorcing couples can’t use their frozen embryos but someone else can.”
A new law in Arizona says that in embryo custody disputes, decisions must be made based on which party is most likely to have them “develop to birth.” This first-of-its-kind measure portends an expanding front on the pro-life battleground: the fight over frozen embryos. How can this differ from a present tense custody battle?
Expert Attorney Joryn Jenkins has seen and heard it all over the years. Come put her behind the microphone and let her tell your audience inner workings of custody battle.
When do you know it’s time for divorce?
What are the first steps taken in the process?
What are some stories you can share from your years in the courtroom?
Meet Joryn Jenkins:
Joryn Jenkins is a trial attorney with 38 years of courtroom experience, now in private practice at Open Palm in Tampa, where she concentrates on the courtless practice of family law. While Joryn’s focus during most of her years in practice has centered on legal ethics, civility, and professionalism in the practice of law, her mission in recent years has morphed, to “change the way the world gets divorced,” to inform folks as to the alternatives they have when it comes to the process of divorce, and to enlighten them as to which choices will best suit their families and their finances. Here are her publishing accolades……….
* Former Editor of The Family Law Commentatorof The Florida Bar & Former Editor-in-Chief of both The Federal Lawyer and The Benchermagazines.
* Author of the following books…
Florida Civil Practice Motions(Lexis Law Publishing)
The Stepmother’s Cookbook
War or Peace (Avoid the Destruction of Divorce Court)
I Never Saw My Father Again (The Divorce Court Effect)
A Free Divorce Handbook (How to Organize a Collaborative Divorce Pro Bono Project)
Open for Business (Managing Your Collaborative Practice for Passion & Profit)
Changing the Way the World Gets Divorced (Marketing Your Collaborative Practice)
Editor, The Divorce Puzzle (Connecting the Pieces Collaboratively)
From Rookie to Rainmaker (How to Grow Your Law Business)
From Lawyer to Law Firm (How to Build a Successful Law Business)
Editor, Champions of Collaborative Divorce (Changing the Way the World Gets Divorced, Volume I – Tampa Bay)
To listen to her most recent interview:www.openpalmlaw.com/radio