I earned my B.A. from Tulane University in 2000 and my law degree (with honors) from The University of Texas School of Law in 2007, where I served as a member of Texas Law Review.
I am currently a participant in the inaugural class of the Texas Opportunity and Justice Incubator (TOJI), an initiative of the State Bar of Texas that seeks to bridge the justice gap by helping newer attorneys establish innovative legal practices that serve low and moderate income Texans. I am a member of both the Texas and National chapters of The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law (REPTL) section of the State Bar of Texas. I am also accredited for the preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims for veterans' benefits before the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
I live with my family in Georgetown, TX, and spend most of my time outside of work trying to keep up with my husband, Chad, our four children (Carter, Reid, Eleanor, and Eden), and two dogs (Stella and Baxter).
Family relationships are worth preserving. My mission is to help families set up care-planning solutions that preserve quality of life while protecting relationships across generations. Certainly protecting money and property is an important part of preserving your legacy and I work hard to help you achieve these goals. But at the end of the day, people always matter more than things.
The majority of my clients are dealing with mental incapacity or physical limitation. Regardless of these challenges, I believe they deserve to be treated with respect and compassion.