Jaclyn Rodriguez is an English-Spanish bilingual Attorney at the Urbina Law Firm, LLC, focusing on immigration and family law. She was born in Atlanta, Georgia, but soon after moved to San Juan, Puerto Rico where she was raised until she was 16 years old. On August 2, 1999, she returned to Atlanta, with her mother and stepfather, completed high school and went on to college. In May 2006 she graduated from The University of Georgia with a B.A. in Spanish and in May 2012 she received her J.D. from John Marshall Law School. Ms. Rodriguez has worked in the legal field as a Paralegal/Law Clerk since 2013 focusing mainly in the areas of Immigration, Family and Juvenile Law. In 2012 she completed an externship at the Truancy Intervention Project, a dropout prevention program serving children in the Atlanta and Fulton County Public School System who are chronically absent from school. She is an advocate for families and children who provides representation in all immigration and family law matters, including divorce, custody, and child support issues. She works closely with our clients providing legal advice and assists clients with daily needs, to prepare for trials and mediations.
During her time off, Mrs. Rodriguez enjoys spending her free time with her husband, and their three pups, James, Diego and Rocco.