Attorney Jacobson represents clients in contentious divorce and custody matters in family court. Since she understands how cases can quickly escalate, she works closely with her clients to resolve matters with a comprehensive agreement to avoid a lengthy and costly trial. When an agreement is not possible, she prepares extensively with her clients by preparing evidence and witnesses. She has litigated and argued numerous hearings and trials in family court, which have resulted in positive results and judgments in favor of her clients. She currently accepts the following family matters:
- Child Support
- Restraining Order
Attorney Jacobson has extensive experience helping clients with immigration matters. While working at the Hartford Public Library, she assisted hundreds of individuals with their naturalization, citizenship, and green card renewal applications. She represented dozens of clients during naturalization interviews at USCIS, which consistently resulted in her clients becoming U.S. citizens. She understands that careful preparation is necessary prior to submitting applications and petitions to USCIS. She also conducts mock interviews to ensure that her clients are fully prepared for their interviews and know what to expect. She accepts the following immigration matters:
- Family Petitions
- Adjustment of Status
- Removal of Conditions
- Green Card Renewal
Attorney Jacobson is dedicated to providing effective legal representation in criminal matters. She has represented defendants in motor vehicle, misdemeanor, and felony cases. She has zealously advocated for her clients, securing "nolle" or "dismissal" dispositions. She takes the time to thoroughly review police records and discuss options for alternative sentencing programs to avoid a guilty disposition.
She also represents victims of criminal matters, including domestic violence cases. She understands that it is very difficult to navigate through the criminal justice system as a victim. She regularly updates her clients regarding the status of pending criminal matters and communicates their wishes to the court. She is skillful in speaking to prosecutors and advocating for the interests of her clients.
Social Security Disability
Attorney Jacobson accepts Social Security disability cases on a contingent fee basis. This means she only collects a fee for representation if her client is granted the disability benefits. She works closely with clients to submit supporting documentation to demonstrate an inability to work. She procures specific evidence from medical providers that clearly links her client's disabilities to the justification of why work is not possible. Prior to the hearing at the Social Security Administration, she analyzes and synthesizes the medical records to develop a memorandum that clearly demonstrates why her client meets the requirements for disability benefits under their criteria. She prepares clients for the hearing before the Administrative Law Judge and advocates for her clients from start to end.