Moeller Law, LLC

Your Trusted Litigation and Estate Planning Attorney

I have been practicing law for more than 10 years, creating thorough estate plans to reduce future litigation.

About Jennifer

I was born in southern California to two aeronautical engineers. I decided to take the lesser known path from my family of engineers to attend law school.

Before law school, I devoted much of my time to springboard and platform diving. I was fortunate to be able to dive for the University of Hawaii at Manoa where nearly perfect weather made for an ideal training locale. I used to be somewhat of an adrenaline junkie, which led me to become a trial lawyer.

I attended law school at Chicago-Kent College of Law graduating in 2009.  From 2009 – 2015, I worked at the well-known Denver law firm of Springer & Steinberg, P.C. While there I was able to learn from some of the best trial lawyers in Colorado.

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Over the last ten years ...

I have represented litigants in a variety of cases in the areas of probate litigation, domestic relations, legal malpractice, contract disputes, civil rights, excessive force, wrongful termination, fraudulent transfers, collections, personal injury and civil theft.

While there are many good estate planning attorneys, many do not have litigation experience. This experience is invaluable. My experience over the last ten years has provided me the “benefit” of seeing how poorly drafted estate plans can result in expensive litigation.  I say “benefit” because the litigants surely didn’t view their cases as a wonderful learning experience, but it’s a benefit to my future clients because I have learned from others’ mistakes. This experience allows me to spot potential issues when drafting an estate plan and draft the plan to avoid them. For the second half of my career, I have focused on estate planning.

One of my primary goals is to draft an estate plan that reduces the chance of future litigation. While the courtroom is a place where lawyers love to be, I can assure you – your beneficiaries do not want to end up there.

Creating a thorough estate plan means forming a thoughtful plan to specify to whom your assets will be given and under what circumstances while considering the big picture issues – such as whether long-term care insurance, life insurance, and disability insurance is appropriate or whether there are estate tax issues, or asset protection desires.

When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my family.

My husband, Adam Moeller, has his own financial planning business - AJM Financial. We enjoy spending time outdoors with our children, Jackson and Jordan.



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    No matter how large or how modest, everyone has an estate and something in common—you can’t take it with you when you die.

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    Guardianship &

    guardian is a person appointed by the court to make healthcare and other mostly non-monetary decisions for someone who cannot make these types of decisions because of an injury, illness, or disability. A conservator is a person appointed by the court to take care of someone's finances when he or she cannot make these types of decisions because of an illness, injury, or disability.

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    After a loved one passes away, the probate administration allows for effective management and distribution of the deceased individual’s assets.

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    Most experienced in domestic relations litigation.

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    Helping folks reach agreements outside of court.