People reach out to me during some of the most difficult times of their lives, and representing them is a responsibility I take very seriously. Helping people is what I was born to do; fighting for their rights and well-being is where I excel.
Your priority is getting through this situation as quickly and painlessly as possible, and I want to help make that happen. One way I work to empower you is by ensuring you understand everything that is happening. Best of all, I answer questions in plain English, not legalese.
When I meet with a client, the first thing I do is listen intently to their story. That way, I know exactly where they’re coming from, what their goals and expectations are, and what I can do to help them reach a better place.
Because no two cases are exactly the same, I build each legal plan from the ground up. Once I do, I move forward with confident, decisive action. Most importantly, I keep you fully informed every step of the way. If you'd like to learn more, feel free to read about My Mission.
To me, your past isn’t what’s important. Everyone makes mistakes and everyone goes through hard times, but that doesn’t mean they should be isolated or left without a strong advocate. So whether you’re going through a divorce, or disputing the terms of a child care arrangement, know that I am on your side.
For those who choose to work with me, I do everything I can to take the mystery out of the legal process. I do this by first educating them on their rights and your options, then advising them as their case progresses. Even after their case is resolved, I am prepared to connect them with my own trusted resources if it will help them continue moving forward.
When you’re involved in a legal dispute, your priorities tend to shift. The problem in front of you is often so stressful that it can start to feel all-encompassing. That’s why it’s so important to retain a qualified attorney. After all, the sooner you can work past your legal concern, the sooner you can shift your focus back to the most important things in your life.
Perhaps it’s an ongoing divorce that feels like it’s taking up all your time and energy. If so, it may help you regain some perspective to ask yourself what you envision being on the other side of the dispute. For instance, if you picture yourself becoming a healthier, happier version of yourself, why wait to start making that happen? I encourage you to begin taking steps toward a better you while I work on making your voice heard in negotiations.
When it comes to matters of child custody and adoption, disputes can become heated very quickly, but I approach these cases with a level head and a well-prepared argument. This makes for a more productive discussion and a better chance of success. As a mother myself, my priority is fighting for those whose focus is on being the best parent they can be.