Growth-Oriented Move for JWB Family Law Enables Even Better Service

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We are pleased to share with you the relocation of our physical offices to a more comfortable and spacious area.

Our new location is at 1620 Fifth Avenue, Suite 600, San Diego, CA 92101. This new and better location is at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Cedar Street, near the California Western School of Law and the San Diego Freeway (Interstate 5).

“Our clients’ needs have grown, as well as our number of clients—and additional space in which to serve those needs became necessary,” says Jane Wesley Brooks, CFLS, leading legal counsel and founder of JWB Family Law. “At our new location on Fifth Avenue near the interstate, we are better suited to handle our clients’ divorce and family law issues more effectively.”

More space means increased privacy and confidentiality, which are both parts of our reputation we work hard to maintain.

Not only have we moved physical locations, but we have a new digital home as well. JWB Family Law is now located online at jwbfamilylaw.com. Brooks also has a new contact email at jane@jwbfamilylaw.com.

While our locations may have changed, our exclusive focus on providing quality and experienced divorce and family law services to families in San Diego County remains the same.

New Additions to JWB Family Law

Our clients’ success not only precipitated moves to a new location, but it also led to the addition of two members to our family law team.

Georgia L. Williams is an Associate Attorney and one of only a handful of Certified Family Law Specialists (CFLS) in the San Diego area. She has practiced law since 1988 and has extensive experience in multinational family law matters, having lived overseas herself.

Williams previously worked for prestigious firms representing high value and celebrity clients. She has particular experience handling unusual or high net worth cases and clients, third parent and grandparent custody, Indian Child Welfare Act, domestic partnership, support, Hague, and military cases.

Jennifer Duren is an Associate attorney who is committed to providing compassionate and proactive legal representation. She exudes a genuine desire to help clients—and believes that actively listening to each client’s priorities and circumstances is paramount to building productive and trusting client relationships.

Duren is a member of the California bar and received her B.A. in Sociology from Willamette University and her J.D. from California Western School of Law with a Child, Family, and Elder Law Concentration, with honors.

Why Choose JWB Family Law?

Since we first opened our doors, JWB Family Law has focused exclusively on providing quality and experienced divorce and family law services to families in San Diego County.

Our reputation for professionalism and confidentiality is one of the main reasons our practice has grown so much over the years. Now, our new physical and digital resources, along with additional team members, will further enable us to serve the needs of a growing number of clients and referrals from other firms.

The Importance of the CFLS Designation

A Certified Family Law Specialist, or CFLS, is an attorney who has obtained certification in the standards of California family law and demonstrated optimal legal competence. Attorneys who obtain this certification have specific expertise in all aspects of family law, which includes divorce or the dissolution of marriagechild and spousal support, child custody, and temporary restraining orders, among other areas of emphasis.

Not every attorney practicing family law has obtained this certification. In fact, the designation remains relatively rare—there are fewer than 2,000 CFLS attorneys in California and fewer than 200 in San Diego.

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