Jessica Anderson is a family law attorney with Anderson Keuscher, PLLC. She joins Bill and Connie in the Morning every Friday morning to talk all things family law during the Bill and Connie Love Court. Bill, Connie and RJ would also like to give Jessica mad props for her twerking skills. Thanks for being such a great sport, Jessica!! We know we can be evil.
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Jessica began practicing family law in 2002 at Woodburn and Wedge, one of the oldest and most respected law firms in Nevada. She was made partner in 2010. In 2012 she fulfilled a long time dream of owning her own practice, formerly known as Anderson Family Law, Chtd. In 2013, John Keuscher, a long time friend and colleague joined the firm, which is now known as Anderson Keuscher, PLLC.
In all cases, Jessica brings to the table substantial litigation experience and business acumen. She is committed to service and efficiency and makes an investment in every client relationship. Jessica strives to make a positive difference in the lives of her clients and their children and achieve the best possible outcome on their behalf. Jessica often utilizes her own life experiences and practical knowledge of blended families and divorce to help her clients through the challenges they face in co-parenting post divorce.
Jessica is a fourth generation Nevadan, born and raised in Reno. Jessica is a graduate of the University of Oregon, where she majored in Political Science. She received her J.D. from the University of San Francisco, where she actively participated in numerous legal advocacy programs in the Bay Area. Jessica currently serves on the Executive Council of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Nevada, a group which helps guide state legal policy with respect to important family law issues. Jessica has co-authored numerous amicus briefs to the Nevada Supreme Court regarding important family law issues. She is a member of the State Bar of Nevada and the Washoe County Bar Association. Jessica has been published in Northern Nevada Business Weekly. Jessica was the Lead Editor for the 2013 Nevada Family Law Practice Manual, which is the main treatise used by family law practitioners across the state.
Jessica believes that it is important to give back to the community in which we live. As such, Jessica is actively involved in Junior League of Reno (committee chair) and is a member of Leadership Reno-Sparks Class of 2012.
In addition to her mornings with Bill & Connie, Jessica also offers general family law and co-parenting advice on KOLO channel 8 during the Moms Everyday segments. Jessica is also featured on Fox11 and Renolawtv.com where she provides viewers with valuable family law pointers.
Jessica understands that within every family law matter there is both a technical and human aspect. She is comfortable in both realms. Jessica is an experienced litigator who handles her cases thoughtfully and aggressively while treating her clients with the compassion and sensitivity that is necessary when providing legal representation to someone going through an extremely difficult time in their life.
“Divorce is one of the most difficult periods in a person’s life. But it is a reality most of us will have to face in our own personal lives in one form or another. While the fact that you are divorcing may be out of your control, the divorce process itself and the ultimate resolution to your case should not be. I can help.”