Since I've founded this firm, I have always been a true advocate for my clients. Even before I became an attorney, I was determined to improve the circumstances of those around me, as well as help others communicate — which is probably what guided me to study international relations before attending law school.
Since becoming an attorney, I have continued helping people express their needs and finding efficient solutions to meet those needs. Whether my clients need a plan for the future, a resolution to a problem, or a fresh start, I'm always up for the challenge.
My practice has certainly evolved over the years — partially due to the regular trial and error that comes with decades of experience, and partially because I’ve always believed that it’s never too late to improve even more.
For instance, my initial practice didn’t include estate planning or probate work. As time went on, though, some of my early clients started to get older, and they sought my help. They were beginning to think about their futures, their families, and their legacies and realized they needed to build secure estate plans. After taking on their cases and helping to put their minds at ease, I expanded my practice. Since then, it has continued to grow and, I hope, will keep growing for the sake of my current and future clients.
Through study and practice, I've worked to become even more effective in the way I communicate with my clients. Every solution, I feel, starts with understanding.
I don’t expect you to know all of your options — that’s what I'm here for. I’ll explain the legalities and offer you choices. As we proceed, I encourage you to ask questions.
Just because I'm experienced doesn’t mean I'm set in my ways. When I see an opportunity to improve my practice or better serve my clients, I take it.
There are plenty of law firms out there that genuinely care about the well-being of their clients — and I'm proud to say that I'm one of them. I'm not after fame or glory or obscene wealth. I'm just a growing firm composed of people who want to put their skills to use in a meaningful way. So far, that desire has led me to work with people facing family law, estate planning, and probate concerns. As I look to the future, I hope to find even more ways of guiding others through life’s legal challenges.