Advising and representing individuals who are going through divorce, including taking the case from filing to judgment, preparing and negotiating marital settlement agreements, participating in mediation, negotiating to settlement, and preparing for trial.
Advising and representing individuals in various family law matters, including parentage cases, stepparent adoption cases, grandparent visitation cases, Department of Child Support Services cases, and preparing and negotiating premarital agreements, postmarital agreements, child custody agreements, cohabitation agreements, and co-ownership agreements.
Advising and representing individuals engaging in assisted reproduction, including preparing egg donation and surrogacy agreements.
Advising and representing individuals in estate planning matters, including preparing estate plans and trust amendments.
Advising and representing individuals in guardianship proceedings, trust disputes, and probate matters.
Settled in mediation a divorce case involving a family business.
Successfully defended against a grandparent visitation petition at trial.
Settled in mediation a stepparent adoption case.
Trust dispute concerning assets in excess of $12 million.
Ann E. Kinsey, Comment, A Modern King Solomon’s Dilemma: Why State Legislatures Should Give Courts the Discretion To Find that a Child Has More than Two Legal Parents, 51 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 295 (2014).
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During law school, Ann externed for the Honorable M. James Lorenz of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California and the Honorable Amy M. Pellman of the Los Angeles Superior Court.
Prior to law school, Ann spent three years in the Bronx, New York serving foster children and their families. She served as a Family Foster Care Caseworker and also the Educational Coordinator for the Children’s Aid Society.
As a member of the Penn softball team, Ann was awarded First Team All-Ivy League honors for four years, was unanimously voted the 2007 Ivy League Player of the Year, and served as a captain her junior and senior seasons.