Jacqueline Stubbers is an attorney at The Family Law and Fertility Law Group, where she practices exclusively in family law. Jacqueline’s well-rounded educational and professional background gives her a unique perspective and comprehensive approach when representing clients in all family law matters, from complex financial situations to matters concerning custody and parenting time.
Prior to and while pursuing her legal career, Jacqueline spent over seven years in finance, assisting her clients with complex retirement planning and investment strategies. Jacqueline worked as a Wealth Strategist at the Oxford Financial Group, Ltd and as a Retirement Planner at Fidelity Investments. She holds both her Series 7 and Series 66 Securities Licenses and has received several awards for her dedication to her clients, such as the “Excellence in Action” Award.
Jacqueline also clerked at the Children’s Law Center and a family law firm prior to joining The Family Law and Fertility Law Group. While clerking at the Children’s Law Center, Jacqueline served as a Guardian Ad Litem, representing the best interests of children in ongoing legal proceedings and making recommendations to the Court based on what is in the Child’s best interests.
While attending law school at Salmon P. Chase College of Law at the University of Northern Kentucky, Jacqueline worked under Prof. Jennifer Kreder in researching and editing an amicus brief which was filed with the Supreme Court of the United States, along with other research projects.
Jacqueline has excelled academically and was on the Dean’s List both at Salmon P. Chase Law School and at the University of Cincinnati, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus in Early Childhood Education and Communications. She also received the University of Dayton Dean’s Merit Scholarship.
As a lifelong Cincinnati resident, Jacqueline is very dedicated to giving back to her community. Jacqueline has participated in “Wills for First Responders,” a program which provides complimentary estate plans to firefighters, police officers, and other emergency personnel and their spouses. She also actively participates in service opportunities through her church.
Jacqueline practices family law in Hamilton, Warren, Clermont, and Butler Counties. Jacqueline’s commitment to representing clients with a range of family law needs, paired with her extensive background in working with children, families, and finances, make her a versatile and skilled attorney.