I’ve wanted to be a lawyer since I was a child. The law has always been something to uphold for me because I’ve seen people suffer due to injustices that otherwise couldn’t be helped without the aid of an attorney. When I started out as a paralegal, I observed strong desires from clients to be represented by someone who genuinely cared about their well-being. While getting my J.D. at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, I knew that a caring representative was what I wanted to be. I wanted to run my law office with the mix of competence and compassion that could accomplish impressive feats.

Attentive and Diligent Representation

In my opinion, effective legal representation involves hitting a few very important bases. First, I want to make sure that you feel you’re getting the focused attention you deserve. It’s important to me to develop a great working relationship with you because that paves the way for our success. I also care that you are prepared to face any medical expenses or related issues with the right resources during your time of difficulty. When we work together, I can connect you to whatever you may need.

My positive relationships are evidence of hard work — and that work improves lives.

All of my clients have one thing in common: they need help because they are dealing with hardship. Your life is in flux. You are grappling with the prospect of changes that a divorce will cause, or your debt has left you with no choices other than to file for bankruptcy. You should rest assured that when you come to my office you’ll be heard, understood, and your legal needs will be met. When all is said and done, both you and I can say we will be glad to have met each other.

I’ve worked hard to be able to run my own law office, and I’ve had the opportunity to work with so many people that helped make it possible. It’s been my pleasure to have these relationships. They are proof that you need other people to get anywhere in life, and our fruitful results are the evidence of hard work. It’s these people who made me realize that working with you, the client, would be the best part of my job — because I know that when we work well together, we will achieve results. I want to thank those throughout my education and career who have assisted. You’ve made the experience life-changing.

Bar Admissions

  • California


  • J.D., Thomas Jefferson School of Law - class of 2016
  • B.S., University of Phoenix - class of 2009