Divorce Attorney, Central Iowa

Jennifer L. Meyer is attorney who focuses her practice in the area of Family Law, including cases involving divorce, custody, child support, guardianship, termination of parental rights, mediation, property and asset division, establishment and disestablishment of custody and adoption. Jennifer is also a Mediator, Parenting Coordinator, and is certified in Collaborative Law. Through her years of experience, she is committed to assist her clients through the often difficult and emotional processes that surround family law issues.

“I believe in developing strong relationships with my clients. Each case is unique and every individual’s needs are different. My goal is to always get the best possible outcome for my clients, which requires not only knowledge of the law, but also the ability to problem-solve and develop alternative options to fit the needs of each case. I take great strides to ensure my clients’ case will be handled primarily by me, not staff members or handing your case off to another attorney. I believe this is important because in order to get the best possible result, we must work together. I take the time to explain the legal process in a way that is understandable, as legal language can be confusing. I want to help you each step of the way and be there to guide you through what may be the most difficult time in your life. Legal proceedings can be the one of the most stressful events in people’s lives. Having the peace of mind knowing that your attorney is doing everything possible to work hard on your behalf can make all of the difference.”

Traditional Divorce

Traditional divorce in Iowa is the legal process of dissolving a marriage. This process involves not only legally ending the marriage, but also resolves issues such as child custody, child support, property division, retirement accounts, debts and real estate. [read more]


Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce is a unique opportunity that that allows the parties to have more control over the way their divorce is handled. Through this process, each party has a trained collaborative lawyer for representation and to give each party legal advice and advocacy. [read more]

Child Custody

For many people, child custody is their primary concern during the divorce process or custody case. In Iowa, there are generally two types of custody, legal custody and physical custody. [read more]

Juvenile Law

Juvenile Law – Including but not limited to Child In Need of Assistance Proceedings, Delinquency, Termination of Parental Rights and Adoptions, Department of Human Services related cases. [read more]

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