Jennifer D. Larson practices primarily family law and trusts and estates law, and also offers mediation for civil and domestic cases. As a family law attorney she specializes in divorce, custody, and parenting time matters, along with estate planning and administration.
After growing up primarily in Michigan, Ms. Larson spent many years in Chicago and New York. She raised a family before returning to school to study classics and then law. After graduating from University of Chicago Law School, where she was a Comment Editor on the Law Review, she moved to New York City to practice law at Weil, Gotshal & Manges. She enjoyed working on headline cases such as the Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy and American Airlines antitrust lawsuit against Sabre. She also did extensive pro bono work, including immigration, estate planning, and criminal appeal matters.
Eventually Ms. Larson returned to her Michigan roots. She moved back to the Detroit area and began practicing family law in 2018. She also continued to do estate planning, drafting wills and reviewing trust documents, along with some transactional work, civil litigation, bankruptcy, and mediation. Ms. Larson received formal training in mediation, including specialized training in domestic relations mediation.
In 2022, Ms. Larson decided to open her own firm. Larson Law & Mediation, PLLC, offers mediation services for civil matters, either before or after formal litigation begins. Larson Law & Mediation, PLLC, also offers mediation for all domestic relations cases, including divorce with minor children, divorce without minor children, high-conflict divorce, high asset value divorce, spousal support and property division, legal custody, and parenting time. Due to her background in the financial world, Ms. Larson particularly enjoys helping to resolve high asset value cases with fair and practical solutions.
Located in Dearborn, Michigan, Larson Law & Mediation, PLLC, provides legal services in Wayne County and also Washtenaw, Livingston, Oakland, Macomb, and Monroe counties.