Jenna L Franks

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Jenna L Franks

Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak

328 South Atherton Street
State College, PA 16801
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Jenna L. Franks is an Attorney at Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and Florida. Jenna graduated from Penn State in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Crime, Law and Justice, and with a minor in History. After graduating from Penn State, Jenna moved to Florida and attended law school at Nova Southeastern University where she graduated cum laude. During law school, Jenna was a member of the Steven R. Booher American Inns of Court, Broward County Bar Association, Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division, and the National Transactional LawMeet competition.

Jenna worked as a paralegal at a Social Security and veterans’ disability law firm throughout law school. She also clerked for firms concentrating in litigation. In June 2017, Jenna joined Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak and moved back to Pennsylvania to be with family. Her focus is primarily on estate planning, long-term care planning, and guardianships.

Jenna resides in Bellwood, PA, with her husband, Josh, and their daughter, Ava. In her free time, Jenna loves spending time with her family. She also enjoys swimming, running, kayaking, board games, puzzles, and reading.

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413 Washington Blvd.
Williamsport, PA 17701
(570) 322-2077

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