Jessica

Yates

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Miami, FL
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in FL
Payment Plans Accepted
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About Jessica

Jessica L. Yates, Esq. is an accomplished attorney who has advocated for our most vulnerable children and families in courtrooms throughout our community for the past five years. Jessica believes that when we invest our best in children and families, not only can we heal one family but we can heal our community, our state, and our nation.

Jessica has successfully litigated and won countless legal disputes with positive results such as successful reunifications that do not reopen, securing adoptions for unadoptable children, and litigated contentious termination of parental rights cases.

Jessica also advocates for families that are facing the challenges of divorce, paternity, and timesharing issues.

Jessica works collaboratively with all system stakeholders fluidly encouraging inclusion, communication, and problem solving.

Jessica was recognized as one of the Florida Legal Trend's Legal Elite 2017.
Jessica holds a Juris Doctor and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami.
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Top Case Types

Child Custody & Support: 30%

Divorce: 25%

Adoption & Guardianship: 25%

Trusts: 10%

Wills: 10%

Languages Spoken

Spanish, English

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Education

University of Miami School of Law

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Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
Consultation $250 $1/hr
Will and Trust drafting $1500 -
Document review $300 -
Representation - $350/hr
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