Jean M. Biesecker, Esq.
|Jean M. Biesecker is a solo practitioner with a family law and dispute resolution practice primarily in Montgomery and Chester County. Ms. Biesecker has a dual-degree in law and social work as a graduate of the T.C. Williams School of Law and Virginia Commonwealth University where she obtained her Master in Social Work.
In addition to representing families in a range of matters related to separation and divorce, Ms. Biesecker has served as an advocate for children, parents and foster parents in the child welfare system. Since 1997, she has incorporated mediation as a key component of services in her family law practice and has been a Mediator for the Montgomery and Chester County court-connected custody mediation programs since May 2002. In addition to her family law mediation practice, Jean has also mediated pre-EEO complaints for the U.S. Postal Service REDRESS Program and has training in elder mediation matters. Ms. Biesecker has been an approved Mediator for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Office of Dispute Resolution in special education matters since September 2011.
Ms. Biesecker has been a member of the Montgomery County Office of Children and Youth Multidisciplinary Team since June 2005, assessing and making recommendations for comprehensive coordinated treatment in child abuse cases for the County.
Ms. Biesecker is also a collaborative family law attorney and Parent Coordinator, serving as a Parent Coordinator for the Denver District Court in high conflict parenting matters from 2000-2001.
As an educator, Ms. Biesecker is a former co-instructor for Denver-based Dispute Resolution Professionals, teaching a court-mandated parenting education class; trainer for Pennsylvania Child Welfare Competency-Based Training and Certification Program as well as the Pennsylvania Council Of Children, Youth And Family Services; former adjunct faculty at James Beasley School of Law, co-teaching in a clinical custody mediation program. Jean continued to provide supervision for law students in the clinical program from the Fall 2008 through Spring 2011.