As a founding partner of Everson & Memic Law, Jasmina has dedicated her professional career to advocating for clients who are facing one of the most trying and most challenging times in their lives – the breakdown of their family. Her practice primarily focuses on family law, guardianships, conservatorships, and probate.
While in law school in Florida, Jasmina worked as a legal intern at the Office of the Public Defender, planning to pursue a career in criminal law. After moving back to Colorado, however, she was hired as a legal intern for the Honorable Judge Angela Arkin, a family law judge, who introduced her to the intricacies of family law – she learned that family law overlaps with many other areas of the law, such as criminal, business and tax law, and real estate law, making it both challenging and dynamic.
Jasmina’s skills as a family law attorney truly evolved while working as an associate attorney at Robinson & Henry, P.C. This is where she had the opportunity to represent clients and guide them through both simple and very difficult divorce and custody cases, involving children and significant assets. While representing such clients, Jasmina learned that being an exceptional family law attorney does not only mean knowing the rules, statutes, and the current law; it also encompasses the ability to listen to clients, empathize with them, and understand the gravity of the difference an attorney is able to make in a client’s life.
Being able to practice family law has enabled Jasmina to help her clients walk away from a very difficult situation with a vision and a long-term plan for their future. As someone who grew up in a country torn by war, she understands the difficulty of change and the need to transition and adapt quickly, and she applies this philosophy in each of her cases. Jasmina’s goal in each of her cases is never to complicate further the matter for her client, but to mitigate the damages, both financial and emotional, and get the best possible outcome for her client.
After graduating from University of Colorado with a BA in International Relations, Jasmina went on to study Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration at University of Denver. She completed law school at Ave Maria School of Law in Florida, and returned to Colorado to commence her legal career. Before joining Robinson & Henry, P.C., Jasmina worked as the Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator at the Douglas County District Court, helping self-represented parties navigate the legal system in the areas of civil litigation, domestic matters, and probate. Jasmina utilizes the knowledge and experience gained working with the courts to educate her clients about the legal process, and help them achieve the best results in their case.
Jasmina may not be the most conventional attorney you will ever meet, but if you have a challenging legal matter before you and need someone to advocate for you passionately and effectively, feel free to contact Everson & Memic Law for a free consultation.