“During my childhood and adolescence, my parents taught me that everyone has a moral and an ethical duty to give back to the people and the community around you. My parents always told me, 'If you can help, you need to help.' I carried that philosophy through various volunteering opportunities and organizations, and continue to volunteer as much as possible. While attending Campbell Law, I was introduced to Family Law by way of the Campbell Community Law Clinic, where I represented clients in Domestic Violence Court, and the Restorative Justice Clinic, where I participated in several programs aimed at helping families heal from traumatic events.
Throughout my experiences in my education, and now through practice as a Family Law attorney, my desire to help others and give back to the community is greater than ever. I have been lucky enough to work in a field where I can help people on some of their worst days. Family Law often involves complex issues and even more complex emotions. It can be a challenging area of the law, but it is a challenge that I welcome.
My desire to learn new things and to overcome challenges will always come after the needs of my clients. My chief goal as an attorney is help guide my clients through a difficult period in their lives and to help ensure that they understand what their rights and options are, so that my clients may obtain the best possible outcome for their situations.”