Jennifer L. Koontz
Jennifer Koontz joined the firm following her graduation from law school to dedicate her practice exclusively to family law. Ms. Koontz is devoted to researching complex family law issues, including those related to asset valuation and division, child custody, and support matters, while crafting and implementing creative legal solutions to solve sophisticated issues.
Ms. Koontz graduated from Duke University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a double-major in Cultural Anthropology. Ms. Koontz obtained her Law Degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles in 2021 and was admitted to practice in California that same year. While attending Loyola, Ms. Koontz was the Family Law Society events co-chair, and a participant in the Youth Justice Education Clinic, where she worked to provide legal services to both special needs and incarcerated children throughout Southern California. Ms. Koontz also externed for the U.S. Attorney’s Office and served as a research assistant for the Loyola Center for Juvenile Law and Policy Report, “Fifty Years of ‘Deputy Gangs’ in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department: Identifying Root Causes and Effects to Advocate for Meaningful Reforms.”
Ms. Koontz has extensive experience in conducting discovery, motion practice, communicating with clients, opposing counsel, and court personnel, and sophisticated legal research. Ms. Koontz is also a member of the State Bar of California.