Jillian M. Tindall, Esq. has an extensive background litigating a wide range domestic relations matters in Clark County, Nevada, including, divorce, annulment, child custody and visitation, child support, property valuation and distribution, debt division, alimony, domestic violence proceedings and protective orders, termination of parental rights, annulments, name changes, adoptions, legal separations, and the international recovery of children through Hague Convention proceedings. She is experienced with all aspects of family law and is dedicated to giving clients a strong voice in the legal arena. She has been in practice for over 19 years in Federal and State Courts, including Municipal and Justice Courts, and has experience with appellate work in the Nevada Supreme Court. She has written and lectured on domestic relations issues for multiple continuing legal education providers, and has received recognition for her contributions for pro bono representation in Clark County. Ms. Tindall is experienced with high conflict litigation, as well as mediation and alternative dispute resolution.
Ms. Tindall’s earlier background experiences involve thousands of hours of work in crisis advocacy for victims of domestic violence, and she received a combined B.A. degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Oregon, in 1996, Summa Cum Laude with honors in Psychology for her Autism research, and also where she received her Juris Doctor in 1998. Ms. Tindall is admitted to the State Bar of Nevada, and Kansas Bar. She has remained active in academia and has post graduate coursework in Marriage and Family Therapy, and has participated in and volunteered leading women’s abuse recovery groups for the last four years. Prior to attending the University of Oregon, Ms. Tindall pursued studies in early childhood education. Her hobbies include home renovations, real estate, and roses. When she has time to train, Ms. Tindall competes in medium distance running races.