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Jaclyn Cody Blumenfeld was born and raised in Long Island, New York, and is a graduate of American University, earning her Bachelor of Arts in 2012. She earned her law degree from the University of Miami School of Law, in Coral Gables, Florida in 2015.  She was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2015 and was admitted to the United States Supreme Court in 2019.  


After passing the Bar, Jaclyn practiced family law, focusing on dissolution of marriage, paternity, and post judgment matters, in Orlando, Florida for four years. In 2020 Jaclyn realized she wanted make change and become more involved with Guardianship and Estate Planning. After meeting the meeting the firm's office dog, Falkor, her decision  was made and she joined the Yergey & Yergey firm. 


Jaclyn brings a vast array of knowledge about family law and incorporates into estate planning and Guardianship. Jaclyn was recently voted as an Awesome Attorneys of 2020 by the readers of Orlando Family Magazine.  


Ms. Blumenfeld has been a long time member of Phi Alpha Delta, Law Fraternity, International. The mission of Phi Alpha Delta is advancing integrity, compassion and courage through service to the student, the school, the profession and the community. The core values of Phi Alpha Delta are integrity, compassion, courage, professionalism, service, diversity, and innovation.   Ms. Blumenfeld joined Phi Alpha Delta while studying at American University in 2008. She remained an active member throughout college and law school, and is still an active member today. She has held various positions, including Formal Chair, Section Representative, Student Recruitment Chair, and Justice.  Ms. Blumenfeld is the founder of the Orlando Alumni Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta.  In 2018, Jaclyn won the Second Place George C. Fink Award for Outstanding Alumni Chapter Justice for her work as the Justice of the Orlando Alumni Chapter. 


It is our goal to build lifelong relationships with our clients, so we may plan for the bad times, celebrate the good times, and protect you in the most difficult of times.

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