Samantha Jones

Paralegal

Samantha Jones is a paralegal for the firm in the areas of family law with a focus on child custody, parenting time, and child support matters. She also handles matters related to general litigation, estates and probate. She has a passion for alternative dispute resolution and is a certified domestic relations mediator.

Samantha has experience as a Parenting Coordinator, helping to implement the parenting time orders and promoting positive co-parenting. She became a member of the State Bar of Michigan and the Grand Rapids Bar Association’s Legal Assistant Sections after earning her American Bar Association (ABA) accredited bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies from Davenport University. The State Bar of Michigan named Samantha the September 2017 Shining Star Award winner for her outstanding charitable and community service works.

While at Davenport, she worked side-by-side with the department chair of the paralegal program, assisting with the renewal of the university’s ABA accreditation. Samantha continues to attend legal education seminars to stay current on the changing laws and procedures. She is registered to begin law school at WMU Cooley Law School in May 2019.

Prior to attending Davenport University, Samantha earned an ABA accredited associate degree in Pre-Law from Kellogg Community College (KCC). During her internship at KCC, Samantha worked closely with a defense attorney on a Michigan Supreme Court foreclosure case helping with the preparation of the brief.

She has been able to achieve her accomplishments with the assistance of her loving and patient husband Brad and four boys, Steeda, Aston, Robert, and Steven. When not at work, she enjoys baking, sewing, and spending time with her family.
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