Meet the Team

Jenny has lived her entire life in the Central Kentucky area.  She graduated from Boyle County High School in 1986, received her B.A. from Centre College in 1990, and her J.D. from U.K. College of Law in 1993. Jenny's legal career began with clerking for Judge Lewis Paisley. She then prosecuted for the Fayette County Attorney's Office before opening up her own law practice in 1998. Jenny knew that she wanted to be an attorney since she was in the 6th grade. Her lifelong passion has helped hundreds of families move into the next phase of their lives, with compassionate legal advice and advocacy.

 

Jenny practices not only in divorce, post-decree, and custody issues, but is also passionate about adoptions. She has over 20 years of experience in every type of adoption case, including interstate, contested, relative, stepparent, foreign birth, readopts, adult, and foster. In 2018, Jenny helped author changes to three different adoption statutes to help ease the process of adoption for Kentuckians. She has served as co-president for the Fayette County Family Law Section. She is tenacious, caring, ethical, and creative in her approach to practicing family law. She has two sweet daughters, a patient husband, and a stubborn four-legged furry "son."

Rami lives in Danville KY with her four sons and husband Brian. Outside of work, Rami is an active part of the community. She is an active parishioner at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Further, Rami is a member of the Boyle County Middle School PTO. She also serves on the board of the Hudson-Ellis Foundation and is a former board member of the Wilderness Trace Child Development Center and the Family Services Association.

Rami was recently selected to serve on the Kentucky Bar Association Rules Committee.Rami is a Cuban-American who is a native Spanish speaker and enjoys working with members of the Spanish speaking community. She currently serves on the Centro Latino Board. 

She received her undergraduate degrees in Spanish and Elementary Education. from Furman University and her law degree from Stetson University. She has been a member of the Kentucky Bar Association since 2003

Amy graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law in May 2019. Amy’s accomplishments in law school include: 2019 National Trial Competition Team, Trial Advocacy Board member, Provost Fellowship Scholarship recipient, and Pro Bono Award recipient for completing 50 hours of independent law-related public service during law school. 

 

Prior to law school, Amy graduated magna cum laude from the University of Kentucky in 2013 with a B.S. in Merchandising, Apparel, and Textiles with minors in French and Business. She worked in corporate retail in New York City and Nashville until 2016, when she moved back to Kentucky and began her path towards becoming an attorney. Amy is extremely passionate about family law, advocacy, and helping others. 

 

Amy loves to spend time with her husband and their dog, Millie. Some of her hobbies include cooking, running, traveling, playing tennis, and being creative.

Erica Collier has lived in Kentucky her entire life. She grew up in Berea, Kentucky. After attending Eastern Kentucky University, she began fighting for families at JS&A, as a paralegal.  She is passionate about helping families and children.

 

Erica's coworkers describe her as meticulous, upbeat, and energetic. When she isn't at work, she is playing with her dog, Macy, hanging out with her family, or working out. She's a great cook, too!