I've had the entrepreneurial spirit since a young age. As a child, I would pick my mothers flowers and sell them to the neighbors. (She wasn't thrilled about it, but I thought it was a neat deal.)
Throughout my life, I've been a choir director, director of music, volunteer coordinator, professional accompanist, and educator.
And I'm the mother of two beautiful daughters. My younger daughter was hurt in a snow skiing accident her senior year of high school. She has made a productive, energy-filled life for herself, showing everyone around her that a physical disability need not hamper her- a good life lesson learned by all of us.
I have real, personal experience making a legal plan when things get unpredictable and and I've since dedicated my life to estate planning. Simply put, having a plan in place when something unpredictable happens can keep families together.
I opened my own law practice in 2007 and I assist clients with wills, trusts, health care directives, and powers of attorney for finances. I love helping families who have a disabled family member provide the protection of a supplemental needs trust.
But, what makes me different?
My law practice is all about relationships.
I am committed to listening, asking questions, and making this process easy. You get me. Not my paralegal, me- every step of the way.
And I would love the opportunity to serve you,