Our mission is to respect the individual dignity of our clients and the unique issues each one brings to us. We listen and work closely with our clients so that we may help each achieve a superior result tailored to each's individual needs.
Jeanine B. Sasser "Nina" is a Jacksonville native. She received her law degree from the University of Florida and her undergraduate degree from Emory University where she majored in economics. After law school she pursued her commitment to justice by serving as an Assistant Public Defender in Duval County. As an Assistant Public Defender she tried over 150 felony jury trials. She trained newer lawyers as a Felony Division Chief and also tried many death penalty cases and homicides.
After 11 years as an Assistant Public Defender, Jeanine, opened her private practice. She has tried criminal and civil cases in state and federal court. Jeanine represents persons who find themselves in the legal system due to divorce or its aftermath, death, disability or accident, arrest or a neeed for legal advice. She works with them closely so that their future and the future of their families is provided for in the best possible manner.
She has tried many family law cases, but only after pursuing any possible settlement that would bring positive results for the client. As an economics major, she has worked with dividing businesses and assets between parties whether in a divorce or business disagreement.
In the community, Jeanine serves as President of the Rotary Club of West Jacksonville. She is a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville and previously served on the board of The Junior League, Inc and as president of the League of Women Voters. She served on the board of the Children's Home Society and acted as legal counsel. She is active with her church, Jacksonville Anglican Fellowship, and has served on the vestry of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. She volunteers as the legal counsel for Women for Christ.
Professionally she is the secretary for the Florida Family Law Inn of Court where she is a Master of the Bench. She has served as the president of the North Florida Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Jacksonville Women Lawyers, as a member of the Board of Directors of the Jacksonville Bar Association, and chaired the Judicial Relations Committee, Worker's Compensation Committee, and the newsletter. She has served on the Civil Rules Committee for the Florida Bar Association. For fun, she has captained a USTA tennis team for the last 8 years.