Einhorn Harris is pleased to announce that partner Jhanice V. Domingo has been named Legal Counsel of the Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC) at its first New Jersey location in Bergen County. KAFSC is a leading nonprofit organization serving the New York Tri-State area to prevent and end domestic violence and relationship abuse. Domingo has been a supporter of KAFSC for the past six years and now will be expanding her role within the organization. Media are invited to attend KAFSC’s press conference on March 8, 2019 in Fort Lee, NJ to learn about the new Bergen County center.
In her role as Legal Counsel of KAFSC, Domingo will provide legal consultations to KAFSC’s clients regarding various family law and domestic violence matters. Domingo is a former Somerset County Assistant Prosecutor with experience prosecuting restraining order violations. She is a family law attorney with nearly 20 years of experience handling family and domestic violence matters. Domingo also serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court Family Practice Committee and its Domestic Violence Working Group, which considers family/domestic violence court procedures and recommends amendments to the Rules of Court to clarify and improve the procedures in the family/domestic violence courts. Her legal experience brings added value to KAFSC’s mission, as she understands the complexities of New Jersey’s domestic violence laws and procedures and the importance of cultural competence in handling domestic violence matters.
Domingo is an established leader in the Asian Pacific American legal community. She is a Past President of the Asian Pacific American Lawyers Association of New Jersey and a Past President of the National Filipino American Lawyers Association.
KAFSC’s new site in Bergen County expands its current bilingual services provided to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. At the new center, KAFSC will provide services for domestic violence and sexual assault victims, as well as for the Korean-American community at large, including individual counseling, victim advocacy, information and referral, and transitional housing.
Media are invited to attend the press conference about the new center. Please RSVP to email@example.com by Tuesday, March 5, 2019 COB.
When: Friday, March 8, 2019 at 11:00 AM
Where: Double Tree Hilton Hotel Fort Lee
(2117 Route 4 Eastbound, Fort Lee, NJ 07024)
About the Korean-American Family Service Center, Inc.
KAFSC [www.kafsc.org] is a leading nonprofit organization serving the New York Tri-State area to prevent and end domestic violence and relationship abuse, and to create a violence-free society. Its programs include a 24-hour Bilingual Hotline (718-460-3800), individual and family counseling, advocacy for clients in the legal, medical, and public welfare systems, and community workshops on parenting skills, financial literacy, job trainings, and leadership/personal development for children and youth. All of KAFSC’s programs are offered at no charge to the community.