Jennifer currently represents clients in real estate, estate planning, business matters, civil litigation, and appeals. Her 25 years of experience in litigation, alternative dispute resolution, public service, and private practice give her the insight and ability to skillfully assess each client’s needs and develop creative solutions to even the most complex problems.
Jennifer graduated with high honors from Michigan State University in 1992, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, and continued her education in Lansing, earning a Juris Doctor, cum laude, at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1996. Jennifer started work as a prosecutor with the St. Clair County Prosecutor’s Office in 1994 while still in law school, also writing more than 50 appellate briefs to the Michigan Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. In 1996, she moved to Emmet County, continuing her work as a prosecutor with a wide array of challenging cases in the probate, district, and circuit courts. She then served as Attorney Magistrate of the 90th District Court for both Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, handling all search and arrest warrants, managing pretrial conferences, and conducting small claims hearings. In 2004, she entered the civil litigation arena, practicing in the areas of real estate, estate planning, and civil litigation, before joining Molosky & Co. in early 2011. At Molosky & Co., Jennifer continues to advise, counsel, and represent clients in real estate, estate planning, business matters, civil litigation, and appeals.
In addition to practicing law, Jennifer taught Research & Writing and Civil Litigation to paralegal students at North Central Michigan College for over 10 years. She also participated as an instructor with the National District Attorneys Association, teaching Essential Trial Advocacy. She is a trained mediator and acts as a court-approved case evaluator. She previously served in the State Bar of Michigan’s Representative Assembly, including service on the Committee for Libraries, Legal Research & Legal Publications, and the Drafting Committee. She is a member of the Emmet-Charlevoix Bar Association, and has been admitted to practice in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals since 2005.