At the core of Jacob’s law practice burns a desire to serve individuals and families. For Jacob, service means doing for others what they can’t (or shouldn’t) do for themselves. In college, Jacob was named a Neal A. Maxwell Leader-Servant Scholar. In law school, Jacob earned a Pro Bono Legal Honors designation for his work for military service members and their families. He has a proven record of using his education, training, and experience to benefit others.
While Jacob’s legal exposure has been broad, his focus and strength lies in the areas of family law and litigation. He has helped countless individuals find fair and favorable outcomes to their family law and litigation issues. He not only has the legal knowledge and skills necessary to zealously advocate for his clients, he also has the ability to understand, connect with, and empathize with his clients and the emotions that accompany their legal issues.