Growing up, my mom often had Perry Mason on in the background. Perry won all of his trials, and I must have absorbed more of the show than I realized because I eventually starting holding pretend trials in my own bedroom. I argued to a jury of stuffed animals, and like Perry, I never lost. From that time on, I always assumed I’d eventually become an attorney.
When I went to college, I studied law at both the graduate and undergraduate levels and never regretted my decision. Today, I am a board certified bankruptcy specialist with over 20 years of experience. I pride myself on taking a collaborative approach with my clients, actively listening to their stories, and providing a safe haven for them to fully express what has happened, where they’re at now, and how they’d like their futures to unfold. I also realize that, as a client, it’s extremely frustrating to not be able to reach your attorney, so I am sure to make myself available as much as humanly possible. Sometimes, I even text my clients in order to get back to them in a more timely manner.
The fact that I’m a born again Christian only adds to my practice. I truly believe I am working within my purpose, and I never forget that. When I’m driving to work, I put Jesus in the seat next to me, I get there peacefully, and the whole day goes smoothly. I enjoy helping people of all faiths obtain a fresh financial start, and no matter your beliefs, I think you’ll find that my perspective allows me to work with courage and conviction. Even when a case is tough, I am able to remain composed and draw strength from the Lord to carry on, and that’s something my clients truly appreciate. Several of my clients say that from the first time they met me, they felt confidence in my abilities and trusted me to handle their cases well. Again, I wholeheartedly believe this feeling stems from my divine calling to the law.
Hearing a client say I’ve helped them save their life makes it all worth it.