When I transitioned from the mortgage industry to the field of law, I began with a clear plan. My mission was to study the law so I could better assist others with their finances. I initially believed the knowledge I gained in the mortgage industry would be an asset to my estate planning clients, but I have actually found it to benefit my clients in many other areas, as well.
Today, my practice includes the full spectrum of personal finance law, including bankruptcy (Chapters 7, 11, and 13), student loan law, bankruptcy alternatives, wills, trusts, and numerous other aspects of estate planning. I am certified by the State Bar of California as a Legal Specialist in Bankruptcy Law, but I continue to seek out opportunities to learn and grow in any way that I can. I believe in the power of using a collaborative approach to help my clients reach their goals, so when necessary, I work with other attorneys in order to facilitate the best possible outcomes for my clients.
Ultimately, I aim to provide meaningful, timely solutions to individuals in need of legal advice from a fresh perspective. I especially enjoy helping others design resourceful strategies that allow them to keep their homes when they’ve fallen on hard times. Sometimes, this can be achieved through bankruptcy, and other times, it is better accomplished through an alternative approach.
I strive to provide every client with the professionalism of a large firm, and the personal attention of a small one.