- Family Law
- Wills, Trusts and Estates Law
- Zoning and Municipal Law Areas of Practice
- U.S. Supreme Court
- U.S. Tax Court
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Temple University School of Law, J.D., 1977
- College of the Holy Cross, B.A., Political Science,.1974
- Best Lawyers in America© – Family Law, 2018 – Present
- Citizen of the Year Award, Lower Gwynedd Township, 2011
- Montgomery County Estate Planning Council, Member (since 1985) and Former President (2005),
- Montgomery County Bar Association, Probate & Tax Section, Member
- Montgomery County Bar Association, Family Law Section, Member, Former Chairman
- Montgomery County Bar Association, Child Advocates Committee, Member
- Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association, Member
- Montgomery County Bar Association, Board of Directors, Former Member
- Montgomery County Bar Association, Bench Bar Committee, Former Chairman
- Montgomery County Child Advocacy Project
- Lower Gwynedd Township Parks and Recreation Committee, Former Board Chairman
- Lower Gwynedd Township Open Space Committee, Former Member
- Montgomery County Foundation, Professional Advisory Committee, Former Member
- Lower Gwynedd Little League
- Wills For Heroes
Jim Jacquette has been a member of Timoney Knox since 1977 and has served two terms on the firm’s Executive Committee. His practice areas include Estate Planning including preparation of wills, trusts, financial powers of attorney and health care powers of attorney; Estate and Trust Administration representing executors and trustees in fulfilling their duties to carry out the terms of the will or trust; Family Law including divorce, support and custody; and Municipal Law representing local government municipalities.
Jim received a bachelor’s degree from The College of the Holy Cross and a law degree from Temple University School of Law.
A 32+-year member and past President of the Montgomery County Estate Planning Council, Jim was a frequent lecturer on estate planning and family law. He is an active member of the Montgomery Bar Association, a former member of the Judiciary Committee (Chairman 2010), a current member of the Family Law Section (chairman 1988), the Bench Bar Committee (chairman 2009), and the Probate and Tax Section. He is a past member of the Orphans’ Court Rules Committee (chairman 1992), Elder Law Committee (chairman 1994), Board of Directors, and Executive Committee. Mr. Jacquette is a volunteer attorney in the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project which provides free legal representation to abused and neglected children.
Jim is a long-time member of the Lower Gwynedd Township Parks and Recreation Committee and served as its chairman from 2001-2012. He was active in the Lower Gwynedd Little League for more than thirty years, serving as president, team manager, and umpire. In 2011, Mr. Jacquette was given the Citizen of the Year award by Lower Gwynedd Township for his service to the community.