Jason K. Hutchinson, Esquire
Jason K. Hutchinson was born and raised in the state of North Carolina
living in Fayetteville, Raleigh and Western North Carolina. He moved to
Jacksonville, Florida in 2001. Mr. Hutchinson graduated from Western Carolina
University with a Bachelors of Science in Political Science in 1998. While
attending Western Carolina, he was an active member of Pi Lambda Phi,
a service organization.
In 2004, Mr. Hutchinson graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law in
Jacksonville, Florida. While in law school, Mr. Hutchinson was a member
of the Moot Court Honor Board and was named an Honor Court Student Defender.
In the summer of 2003, Mr. Hutchinson served as a Certified Legal Intern
for the State Attorney’s Office of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in
Duval County, Florida. After completion of his internship, Mr. Hutchinson
began his career in marital and family law working for the law firm of
Fletcher & Conner, P.A.
After completion of law school, Mr. Hutchinson was admitted to practice
law in Florida in 2004. Mr. Hutchinson is currently a member of the Florida
Bar, the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida and
the United States Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit. Following law school,
Mr. Hutchinson spent five years as an associate attorney at the law firm
of Oberdier & Oberdier, P.A. During that time, Mr. Hutchinson concentrated
his practice in the areas of trial law, railroad litigation and personal
injury litigation representing both individuals and Fortune 500 companies.
Today, Mr. Hutchinson concentrates his practice in the areas of personal
injury litigation, marital and
family law, and appellate advocacy. Mr. Hutchinson was instrumental in the recent
shaping of Paternity law in the Jacksonville area through appellant advocacy.
Mr. Hutchinson currently represents clients in all aspects of Marital
and Family law including complex divorce actions, high asset distribution
cases, complicated time-sharing disputes, Paternity actions and Modifications.