I studied Ethnic Studies and Human Resources at Metropolitan State University and graduated from Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Prior to becoming an attorney, I was an advocate for employees at a reverse-osmosis water filter factory. I have been an attorney since 2017, representing parents in child protection cases and working as a judicial law clerk. I have a passion for creating solutions that work for today’s families. By utilizing technology and creating unique parenting plans that are specific to each family’s needs, I believe that parents can resolve conflict with minimal disruption to the children.
By focusing on the children’s best interest, I can be the reasonable advocate you need throughout the storm you are facing. My goal is to guide you through the complex legal system to resolve the immediate conflict, but I also want to ensure that clarity and guidance are built into your resolution to reduce ongoing conflict.
I was trained that there are at least ten solutions to every problem. I work with my clients to understand their family dynamics, their family’s strengths and barriers, and their unique situation. By providing ideas, guidance, and advocacy, my clients can focus on what works best for their family.
When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my son, renovating my house, and gardening. I enjoy volunteering at the Eastside Resource Center in Saint Paul to provide meals, clothing, and groceries to people in the community.