Jaclyn Healey earned her Bachelors degree at Ramapo College in just two and a half years before moving on to Law School. While at Ramapo she served as an officer for many organizations on campus and competed in Moot Court. Mrs. Healey earned her J.D. from Rutgers Law School where she also received her Certification in Corporate and Business Law. Mrs. Healey is a member Phi Delta Phi, she served as Vice-Magister during her time at Rutgers. She also served in the Rutgers Community and Transactional Lawyering Clinic where she helped to represent incapacitated persons in guardianship matters, and acted as in-house counsel for a variety of local business and organizations. Mrs. Healey worked for the Honorable Travis L. Francis, A.J.S.C. Also, she volunteered with a Deaf Advocacy lawyer while she was at Rutgers. She then Clerked for the Honorable James F. Hyland, J.S.C. where she handled, Juvenile criminal matters, Mass Tort Litigation, and a variety of Civil Litigation issues. Now, at Wolfe Ossa Law, Mrs. Healey has helped clients with Guardianship matters, Palimony Litigation, Trusts, Estate Planning, and Estate Administration.