Jordan knows and understands what families go through when they live separately after divorce. She is passionate about helping families learn to communicate with each other and put their children first when they live under the parenting plans imposed by a court. Jordan’s philosophy for handling a case is to understand the client’s goals, set realistic expectations of how the law governs their situation, and advocate to the court for the desired outcome.
Jordan graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Integrated Studies with focus in Political Science, Public Administration and Education in December 2014. She went to law school at the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law. She excelled in law school, making the Dean’s List and serving as a staff member of the UNT Dallas Law Review. A natural leader, Jordan served as President of the OUTLaw Student Association and helped to found the Progressive Law Student Association. During law school she was selected to clerk for Hon. David Schenk and Hon. Erin Nowell at the Dallas Fifth District Court of Appeals.
Jordan’s practice focuses on child custody and parenting time cases, family law appeals, and LGBTQ+ family law and divorce matters. Uniquely, she is familiar with handling gender marker changes, name changes, and same-sex adoptions for LGBTQ+ families.