Jennifer Jackson is a Senior Lawyer in the Private Clients group at Moores

Jennifer provides estate planning and structuring advice to financial advisors, accountants, lawyers, and their clients.

Jennifer often works with families with vulnerable beneficiaries – such as parents of children with an intellectual disability helping ensure that an inheritance left to a child with a disability will be protected, used appropriately and where possible, limit the impact on a disability support pension.

Dependable, intelligent and a team-player are three ways to describe Jennifer. Jennifer takes the time to work through the issues with her clients to identify what matters most to them. She brings a wealth of life experience and a calm, practical and considered approach to handling legal matters, which her clients value.

In addition to working directly with clients, Jennifer regularly presents to both professional and community groups on topics relating to her area of practice.

Why Moores?

"I feel very privileged to work with a “family” of colleagues who value both high standards and a sharp wit and to have clients who let me into their lives to navigate their estate planning with them."

Also…

In the midst of a busy work and family life, Jennifer is a long time member of the Alto section of a large community choir. Jennifer loves a good sing, (which many of her colleagues can attest to).

Background

  • LLB/BA from Monash University (2007)
  • Admitted to practice law in November 2007