Jensen Wallace practices family law in New Mexico with a tailored approach to each and every case. Her practice spans a variety of family issues including divorce or custody matters, guardianship, gestational carrier agreements and other assisted reproductive technology agreements. Her passion for families is the driving force behind her practice and her jealous advocacy for her clients. Her well-rounded approach goes hand-in-hand with her involvement in the family law community of New Mexico. Jensen is the co-chair of the New Mexico State Bar Committee for Women in the Legal Profession. She also co-hosts the #LawMoms initiative and is active on the Supreme Court Commission for Equity and Justice.
Jensen attended Northern Arizona University to obtain her bachelor’s degree in Criminology and accepted a teaching assignment in Guatemala shortly thereafter. As a native New Mexican, she returned to study at the University of New Mexico School of Law to pursue her long-term goal to help people through challenging circumstances. While in school, she worked in the Southwest Indian Law Clinic and earned her certificate in Indian Law. Jensen has also been trained as a Peace Circles Facilitator.
Jensen works to help her clients find resolution while protecting the interests of the family in post-separation life. Although she is an experienced trial attorney, she believes in working toward amicable solutions to avoid litigation and protect the long-term interests of her clients.
In her free time, you can find Jensen at home with her three kiddos, baking something together in the kitchen.