“One of the most important aspects in my life is family. The family I was born into and the family I have chosen to build a life with make up the foundation that supports both my happiness and my wellbeing. Much like a house needs a foundation to stand strongly, every person out there needs a foundation to live happily. When there are foundational issues with a home, the effects are often most apparent in other areas of the home’s structure—often times this is how underlying issues affect families as well. When these problems surface, it is my job to address the foundational cracks and help my clients find a solution.
When I began law school I was confident in my decision to become an attorney, but unsure of which area of the law I wanted to practice. I am intrigued by the law, as I myself have always been a rule follower. One of the things I enjoy most in my work as an attorney is finding creative ways in which to apply the law. I strive to break down its complexity for each of my clients and give them a clear understanding of their rights. I have always had a strong desire to help those who are going through changes in their family dynamics, and I believe it is this desire that led me to family law. My empathy for others and ability to be a creative problem solver is the driving force behind the solutions I seek for my clients.”