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Jeana Goosmann, CEO & Managing Partner of the Goosmann Law Firm, is pleased to announce that Sioux City Law Attorney Janell K. Bock has joined the firm at the Sioux City Location. Her areas of practice include family law, divorce, adoption, child custody, and alimony.

Bock’s interest in family law started in 2014 when she worked as a family law paralegal and quickly discovered how much she loved working in the field and saw the difference she could make in the lives of others.

“My understanding of the divorce process from both sides of the table allows me to perform my job with particular insight and compassion. I enjoy helping people through some of the most difficult times of their lives and getting them to a better place than when they first came to me,” stated Bock.

Bock received her Juris Doctor from University of Nebraska College of Law and her Bachelor’s degree from Wayne State College. During graduate school Janell received a pro bono certificate, was a senior member of the moot court team, and won 4th best mediator out of a field of 174. Bock is licensed to practice in Iowa.

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