The Law Offices of Jennifer S. Morrison is a divorce law firm in Fresno, California that provides exceptional, aggressive representation to clients throughout the Central Valley, including Fresno, Tulare, Madera, and Kings Counties. At her Fresno divorce law firm, Jennifer Morrison represents clients in all aspects of family law matters, including but not limited to divorce, paternity, child custody and visitation rights, child and spousal support, and property and debt division.
Our motto is "Personal Attention—Aggressive Representation." We take this motto very seriously, and take great pride in the fact that among divorce law firms in Fresno we are especially attentive to our clients and their respective cases, and pursue their claims thoroughly and vigorously.
Jennifer S. Morrison has operated her own firm since graduating with her Juris Doctor degree from San Joaquin College of Law in 1999. For 22 years before becoming an attorney, Ms. Morrison worked as a legal secretary and paralegal for numerous attorneys focusing on family law, personal injury matters, and real estate litigation. Shortly after she opened her practice in 1999, she began focusing exclusively on family law matters and continues to do so, believing that she can provide better counsel for her clients and be most knowledgeable about their particular family law issues, rather than trying to keep abreast of the constantly changing laws in many different areas. Ms. Morrison's experience working for lawyers as a staff member allowed her to see the kind of attorney she wanted to become, an attorney who is responsive, prepared, thorough, available to her clients, and compassionate to their individual needs. Ms. Morrison is admitted to practice in California and is a member of the Fresno County Bar Association.
- Family Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
- English: Spoken, Written
- San Joaquin College of Law
- Law Degree
- Client Champion Award - Silver
- Client Distinction Award
- Recognized for Excellence in Quality of Service, Overall Value, Responsiveness, and Communication Ability.
- California State Bar # 203890
- - Current
- Q. how do you get an emergency order changed if you missed the court date? the order was changed and she has custody now
- A: You will have to file a Request for Order asking the Court to modify that order, and you will have to explain why in your pleadings.
- Q. In California can sole custody be granted without the other parent being served? Both parents live together?
- A: When a person seeks court orders, they file a motion (now called a Request for Order). That packet of materials has to be served upon the other party. However, if there is an emergency situation, a person can file papers with the Court requesting emergency orders pending a further hearing. It is possible to get those emergency orders but you always have to receive notice.