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Jensen Family Law

Divorce & Family Law,

  • Firm Year: 2009
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday | 9am - 5pm
  • Language: English

480-900-2302

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If you are currently dealing with a divorce or a family law issue, it is extremely important that no time is wasted in getting the involvement of a high-quality Arizona divorce lawyer that you can trust to represent your best interests. At Jensen Family Law, we know just how difficult it can be to deal with the process of a divorce or any other family law related issue. We understand just how daunting it can be and are prepared to offer up our services as reliable attorneys to help make the process easier. Regardless of whether you are looking to obtain a legal separation, if you aren’t even sure what the grounds for divorce are or if you are looking for a peaceful uncontested divorce, you can trust in the legal experience of our firm to help.

East Valley Family Law Firm

At our firm, we pride ourselves on providing clients with exceptional legal services. In fact, this commitment to the success of our clients has resulted in several happy clients throughout the years. To see for yourself, all you need to see is the numerous testimonials and reviews we have received. For example, we have clients who have claimed that they were “extremely impressed” with our firm. We have also been told that we “were always personally accessible” and that because of us, our client’s “alimony payments have been cut almost in half.” Don’t you want that level of high-quality legal representation on your side?

At Jensen Family Law - Mesa, we know how much is on the line with any given family law case; we know that you are probably looking for a lawyer for your divorce in Mesa, AZ. We want you to know that you can trust in the legal experience of our firm. We encourage you to check out our blog watch our videos or even read through our FAQ section to get reliable answers to commonly asked questions. If you have further questions that you would like answered or if you would like to discuss your case with a knowledgeable Mesa divorce attorney from our firm, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible. To set up your initial case consultation, you can give us a call at (480) 632-7373 or you can simply email us directly through our online form.

Meet Your Arizona Divorce Lawyers: Mr Jensen and Team
Attorney Mr.  Jensen brings more than a decade of legal experience to the firm. Mr. Jensen graduated from Since then, he has gone on to hold several different positions—each helping to broaden his understanding of the law.

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Attorney Brandon Yost graduated from the East Valley of Phoenix as being a highly experienced, creative force in the courtroom—helping clients with all types of complex family law cases. Regardless of your situation, you can trust that he has will do everything he can to help. He is client-centric and service oriented; he will fight for you.

Need a divorce lawyer in Queen Creek or Chandler?
If you are currently looking facing any type of family law case, we encourage you to get the involvement of a divorce attorney in the Queen Creek, Chandler, Gilbert, and Mesa areas. With years of experience, we are prepared to help with a wide variety of complex family law related cases—from annulments to restraining orders. We are also able to step up and help our clients protect their families, working tirelessly to fight for just child custody arrangements and fair visitation rights; we can also help to establish or re-establish paternity, help if you are planning to move away or help determine that a fair amount of child support is being paid.

Spousal Support, Annulment, Child Support, Child Custody, Prenuptial Agreements, Adpotion

Jensen Family Law

Divorce & Family Law Law firm


Jensen Family Law
4365 E Pecos Rd# 130
Gilbert, AZ 85295
33.2892141,-111.6946662

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4365 E Pecos Rd# 130
Gilbert, AZ 85295

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