The end of a marriage, partnership or relationship is already a stressful and difficult time in and of itself, not considering the emotions involved with navigating the new unknown chapter. As a family law attorney, my goal is to assist clients in transitioning into their new normal, in whatever unique way that may be, by responding to the anxious questions and solving the arising issues associated with each different divorce.
Since graduating from law school, my sole focus has been family law. I received my undergraduate degree in Political Science from California State University Channel Islands and my law degree from Golden Gate University School of Law, graduating as a part of the Jesse Carter Society. In law school, I received the prestigious Witkin award in Constitutional Law and a CALI award in Evidence, leading me to later work for the Honorable Andrew Steckler. While in law school I volunteered with the Legal Advice and Referral Clinic, part of the Justice and Diversity center of the Bar Association of San Francisco, primarily focusing my time with bilingual referrals.
I support clients in this new life transition, tailoring my counsel and advice to the unique circumstances of each client. Having worked in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, I am familiar with and well versed in the financial issues that are common to this geographic region, such as equity compensation.
I enjoy a non-competitive soccer game, practicing yoga and a true-crime podcast.