Jan Meadows believes every family law matter presents a unique set of facts as well as strong emotions. She works in partnership with the clients to find the best solution to their legal issues. Her approach includes listening carefully to the client and offering a combination of sound legal advice and practical tips.
Meadows joined the firm in 1999, and became a partner is 2005, after serving as an assistant district attorney in Cleveland, McClain and Garvin Counties for more than 13 years. While an assistant district attorney, she worked mostly in the child support program where she handled paternity cases and child support matters and served as the supervising attorney for the office.
A 1979 graduate of the Oklahoma City University School of Law, she is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Family Law Section and the Cleveland County Bar Association. She has served on the OBA Law Related Education Committee. Meadows coordinates the Cleveland County Bar Association’s Ask A Lawyer program, which is held annually as part of Law Day activities.
Meadows plays in the handbell choir at her church. She enjoys attending sporting events and has traveled to the Olympics four times.