Before going into private practice Jennifer represented the Arizona Department of Economic Security/Child Protective Services Division in juvenile court cases involving dependency, severance and guardianship matters. At the Arizona Center for Disability Law she was co-counsel on the class action lawsuit against the State of Arizona, Jason K. V. Eden, to obtain mental health services for children. Jennifer also represented the Maricopa County Public Fiduciary in court cases involving adult guardianship and conservatorships.
Currently, in private practice since 2007 Jennifer is a Managing Partner with Kile & Kupiszewski law Firm. Jennifer practices in the areas of elder, juvenile and probate law. Her practice focuses on adults and children with special health care needs and blended or non-traditional represents families in matters involving abuse, neglect and/or financial exploitation or when a loved one is incapacitated. Her law partner, Emily Kile, represents families in estate, long-term care benefits and special needs planning and probate and trust administration. Emily is also a licensed fiduciary who can serve as trustee, conservator and personal representative.
Jennifer and Emily are very engaged with the community and legal professional organizations. She has been, or is currently serving, on the boards of Raising Special Kids, the State Bar Elder, Mental Health, and Special needs Planning Council, the Arizona Center for Disability Law Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness Advisory Council, and the Arizona Chapter of the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys.
Jennifer is married to Steve Kupiszewski who is a retired judicial officer and is Of-Counsel at Kile & Kupiszewski practicing in the same areas as Jennifer. They have a blended family with five children and one granddaughter. Her greatest accomplishment is that they successfully put all of their kids through college and that all five have full-time jobs.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.