Over 15 Years Experience with Family Law & Arizona Divorce
Regardless of your reason for contacting us, we are motivated to keep your life out of court and in your own hands. We are determined, compassionate and focused on representing your highest goals for your life, your family, and your legal case. Serving Phoenix, Scottsdale and other Arizona valley locations.
Integrity is at the core of family law. There are less expensive options than a long drawn out divorce. If your case is right for Collaborative Law or Mediation, we will explore all those options with you.
We’re here for you. Our lawyers are here to provide you with the best options for your specific case. We want to hear how we can support you through your life transition. Call or text us at any time.
Attorneys have an obligation to be loyal to clients. Our clients are typically great people in really hard situations, who sometimes can lash out at those around them. We’ll be with you every step.
You’re going through a difficult time. We know this. That’s why we are accessible, considerate, and understanding of your situation and how we, as your lawyer, can help you start your next chapter.
Your legal team should add value. We should know legal developments and cultivate important relationships that will make a difference in your case. We will always advocate for your best outcome.
Jennifer K. Moshier
Jennifer K. Moshier founded Moshier Law in 2009 with a desire to ensure the institution of family was preserved in times of conflict. She is one of the first trained collaborative law attorneys in Arizona and has successfully advocated for all lawyers to be able to use Collaborative Law. Jennifer achieved her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University and her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law (2000).Jennifer is licensed to practice law in Arizona and California and serves on the Board of Directors of Collaborative Professionals of Phoenix. She is a Christian, an entrepreneur, athlete and philanthropist.
Recent Podcast: “Made for Monday” with Christ Church of the Valley (CCV)
Episode 2: In this week’s episode, we talk about how caring for others in the workplace sometimes means setting your own agenda and ego aside. For family law attorney Jennifer Moshier, this means practicing collaborative law, which strives to resolve conflict through communication rather than litigation. Taking this route isn’t as dramatic as being in a courtroom, but it can ease her clients’ pain while preserving their dignity. Through compassion and encouragement, Jennifer has learned how to serve others and be the hands and feet of Jesus in the workplace. Subscribe for more episodes each week! Follow us @ccvonline on Twitter & Instagram. View