LANSING, Mich. – Foster Swift Collins & Smith welcomes attorney Jacquelyn A. Dupler to the firm’s Lansing office as a member of the firm’s Family Law Practice Group.
Jackie practices predominately in domestic relations including custody, divorce and support.
Jackie handles a wide range of family law matters, from straightforward divorce cases to difficult family situations involving substance abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, mental health, co-parenting and financial difficulties. She also handles complex asset and debt issues, such as business ownership, self-employment, and complicated retirement accounts and pensions.
Jackie received both her law and undergrad degrees from Michigan State. In addition to her practice, Jackie stays heavily involved in other community roles:
- In 2020, she was appointed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer to the Michigan Board of Accountancy which is responsible for the certification, licensure, and regulation of certified public accountants and public accounting firms.
- She is currently on the fundraising committee and a board member of the Mid – Michigan Treatment Court Foundation. The Foundation was developed to support local sobriety courts in meeting the needs of its participants. Treatment Courts partner with local treatment agencies and other community resources to provide participants with intensive treatment and holistic services to achieve and maintain sobriety.
- Since 2019, she has been a board member of the Michigan Advocacy Program. The program’s mission is to advance the safety, independence, and economic stability of those most affected by poverty, racism, and other structurally oppressive systems by increasing access to justice and working for systemic solutions.