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James C. Jones II

James C. Jones II



Jim grew up in Annandale, Virginia the eldest of four children. Jim’s parents grew up in southern West Virginia and had moved to the DC metro area in the early 1960s for work and educational opportunities. During high school Jim excelled at small-bore rifle marksmanship, being the Virginia state prone champion for three years and was recognized as the Most Valuable Player on his high school football team as a senior.

Jim attended West Virginia University where he and several other students re-colonized the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. Jim served two years as chaplain and one year as president. Jim graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.

Bar Admissions

Kentucky (2005 – Present)
West Virginia (1997 – 2005)
District of Columbia (1997 – 2005)
Virginia (2004-2005)
United States District Court (Western District of Kentucky)
United States District Court (North and Southern of West Virginia – Inactive)


West Virginia University College of Law (1996, J.D.); West Virginia University (1987, B.A.)

Teaching & Writings

Debt Collection in West Virginia From Start to Finish – Co-Author and Presenter

Professional History

Crain Schuette Attorneys, Bowling Green, KY 2015 to present;
James C. Jones II Attorney at Law Bowling Green, KY, 2008 to 2015;
Brian Schuette & Associates, Bowling Green, KY, 2006 to 2007;
Reynolds & Wathen, PLLC, Owensboro, KY, 2005 to 2006;
Miller & Earle, PLLC, Harrisonburg, VA 2004 to 2005;
Martin & Seibert, L.C., Martinsburg, WV, 1998 to 2004;
Furbee, Amos, Webb & Critchfield, Fairmont, WV, 1996 to 1998.

Representative Legal Experience

J.M. v. C.R. et al., Commonwealth of Kentucky Court of Appeals No. 2015-CA-000220-ME

L.N.W. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services et al., Commonwealth of Kentucky Court of Appeals No. 2014-CA-001949 and 2014-CA-001950

Jonathan Scott Simon v. Michelle Ann Simon, Commonwealth of Kentucky Court of Appeals No. 2007-CA-000714-ME

Warren Circuit Family Court Rules Committee Member – 2008 – Present
Warren Circuit Family Court Mediation Committee Chair – 2008 – Present
Kentucky Court of Appeals

Extended Biography

Following two years of study at Emory University Chandler School of Theology Jim worked in the Atlanta, Georgia landscape industry and at Home Depot.

Jim married his former wife Lynne in 1989 in Dalton, Georgia and returned to West Virginia University from 1993 to 1996 where he graduated with honors from the College of Law.

From 1998 to 2004 Jim was the commercial department managing attorney at Martin & Seibert, LC practicing in the areas of commercial and consumer litigation, commercial leases, insurance subrogation, and bankruptcy litigation. Jim supervised four attorneys and thirty- plus support staff with over 85,000 open files. During Jim’s time as managing attorney, the West Virginia commercial practice was expanded to include all of Maryland and Virginia.

In 2005 Jim and his growing family moved to Kentucky to provide much-needed support for Lynne’s father who was experiencing increasingly debilitating effects of Alzheimer’s disease.

In 2006 Jim joined Brian Schuette & Associates where he worked on a special complex litigation project with Brian Schuette and began actively practicing in the area of family law.

In 2008 Jim opened his solo law practice with an emphasis on family law litigation including Adoptions, Divorce, Child Custody, Visitation/Co-parenting time, Child Support, Domestic Violence, and Dependent Abused and Neglected Children.

In 2015 Jim was awarded the CASA Guardian Ad Litem of the Year for dependable and faithful service to abused and neglected children. Later in 2015 Jim joined Crain Schuette Attorneys as a partner and continues his well-established and successful family law practice.

When there is turmoil in a family resulting in court action, protecting children should be at the forefront of every decision made by parents and the court. Children cannot protect themselves and are not normally the source of problems resulting in court involvement. When Jim is retained or appointed in a family court case involving children you can be sure that he will zealously advocate for protecting children from injury and minimizing the impact of family turmoil in children’s lives.

“But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me [Jesus] to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.” Mathew 18:6 ESV

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Bowling Green, KY 42104


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