Jackie Jessiman is a family lawyer in Cambridge and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. Jackie was admitted in 1995, having studied in Henley-on-Thames, Oxford and Reading. Jackie can advise on matters including divorce, postnuptial and prenup agreements, and private child care.
She trained with Boyes Turner in Reading, attaining Fellowship, and remained with them for 10 years dealing with a variety of cases within the field of private family law, including a number of Court of Appeal cases. Jackie then moved to Clifton Ingram, Wokingham and finally the Head Partnership in Lower Earley, Berkshire, before moving to Cambridgeshire to practice with Ginn and Co.
Jackie joined Woodfines in Cambridge in 2013 and is an Accredited Specialist with Resolution, specialising in Advanced Financial Provision and Cohabitation Law.
Jackie also has expertise in working with members of the LGBT community in Family Law matters, and has written for Woodfines' publications and contributed to a national BBC News article on matters concerning the community, in particular Gender Recognition Certificates and Adoption.
Jackie has been accredited with the Help and Support for Separated Families (HSSF) Mark. The Help and Support for Separated Families (HSSF) Mark is part of the Help and Support for Separated Families programme and provides parents with the reassurance that the family lawyers that hold the Mark promote collaborative working between parents following separation.
Jackie's main interests include spending time with her family, cooking, gardening and making crafts, cycling, walking and photography.
You could easily "assure" customers that they are well guided & advised through every step & requirement for a divorce from start to end. As stressful as my divorce was it would have been so much worse if I had to chase up & do all the paperwork done - I was so trusting in Jackie knowing she had everything in hand & was always on top of what was required!