Experienced Florence Attorney
A Boone County native, Jordan is proud to return to the community where she was raised. Jordan has been a part of northern Kentucky her entire life - she attended both college and law school at Northern Kentucky University, all while faithfully serving as a leader in the region's active Young Life ministry. Under her parents' leadership, Jordan honed and developed her mind and heart for the sake of not only herself, but for others. Indeed, Jordan combines her brilliant intellect with a kind spirit to make for a passionate and effective advocate.
After practicing the last several years with her husband in southeastern Kentucky, Jordan is excited to work alongside her father again and serve the community she calls "home." With experience in nonprofit organizations, felony criminal prosecution, civil litigation, business formations, and estate planning, Jordan has a kind of versatility not often seen in modern practice. For this reason, she is indispensible no matter the task, with a particular eye for detail and nuance.
Though she makes no attempt to limit the scope of her practice, Jordan's practice typically involves injury litigation, probate and estate administration, and general family law. With an extensive jury trial background, Jordan can quickly assess the merits of a case.
Gary C. Johnson, P.S.C. Associate Attorney
United States Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Kentucky Special Assistant United States Attorney
Commonwealth Attorney's Office Assistant Commonwealth Attorney
Stephen K. Dallas, P.S.C. Associate Attorney
International Justice Mission Governmental Relations Legal Intern
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