Estate Planning Attorney, Estate Planning Lawyer - Slnlaw Llc - Sharon, Ma

Awards and Publications

Top Ten Estate Planning Attorneys, American Institute of Legal Counsel, 2018

Author "The Road to Peace of Mind- What You Need to Know About Estate Planning," 2017

Professional Background and Experience

Attorney Ordway earned her law degree in 2013 and her LLM in taxation in 2015.  She has been affiliated with the slnlaw team since 2011, first as a law clerk and then as an attorney.  While in law school, Jenna also interned at Sikorsky Aircraft’s Tax and Finance Department.  Jenna has worked on a wide variety of civil litigation matters, including claims between shareholders, partnership disputes, and employment disputes.  Since earning her LLM, Jenna has focused her practice primarily on estate planning, elder planning, and business formation.  As an estate planning lawyer, she has drafted simple and complex wills and trusts, and helped many individuals achieve peace of mind by putting in place plans that protect their families and assets.

Contact Jenna


Jenna Ordway
(781) 784-2322

Practice Areas

Attorney Jenna Ordway specializes in estate planning, wills and trusts, and also supports the slnlaw business and employment law practice. 

Other Interests and Activities

Jenna obtained a Bachelor of Science in Music/Literature from Charter Oak State College in 2007, completing the majority of her degree at the University of Alaska, Anchorage, where she was a violinist with the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra. In addition to her work as an estate planning lawyer, she is a long-time, avid equestrian competing in events throughout Massachusetts and New England. 

The Road to Peace of Mind Estate Planning

Estate Planning Lawyer

Jenna Ordway


Attorney Ordway graduated from Quinnipiac University School of Law in May 2013, receiving a Tax Law Concentration, cum laude, and earned her LL.M. in International Taxation from Boston University School of Law in 2015.

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