Jorah E. Tucker
Paralegal & Office Manager
Jorah started working at Fair Cadora in 2019 as a part-time file clerk while working toward her undergraduate degree at San Diego State University. She graduated in 2020, earning a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology, and began full-time employment with the firm. She has since worked her way up to Office Manager. Jorah’s goal is to help our clients feel taken care of and understood. She strives to make a difficult situation feel a little easier. Jorah likes to keep herself busy, as she is also a photographer, party princess, and notary. In her free time, Jorah enjoys watching movies, true crime, all things Disney, playing video games, and hanging out with her friends and her rescue dog, Ludo. We are glad to have Jorah as a part of the Fair Cadora Team!
How I Use My Unique Gifts to Help Our Clients
I allow the potential client or client reasonable time and a safe space to explain their thoughts, feelings, and concerns about their current situation. Sometimes all people need is an ear and I strive to provide that little bit of extra time while working with them to reach their goal in hopes of leaving them with the feeling that someone is listening.
Why I Choose to Work in Family Law
As a child of divorce, I have seen first-hand the intensity of the emotional toll associated with family court. Working in family law allows me the opportunity to support other families going through similar circumstances by remaining calm and ensuring we are working in their best interest.
What I Would Like You to Know About Me
I am an outgoing, compassionate, and fun person who will always try to make people feel better with appropriate comedic relief. I believe laughter is the best medicine and putting a smile on our client’s face is rewarding. I speak to a lot of people on a daily basis who are going through one of their most difficult times. I understand how angry, sad, concerned, passionate, and, sometimes, happy you are feeling. I strive to meet you where you are, without judgment.