From personal family experience, I understand the emotional toll that tends to affect the entire family unit. When dealing with family law issues, I understand that what each family is going through will likely be one of the most difficult times in their life. Whether they are spouses experiencing the divorce firsthand, or children experiencing the divorce through their parents. I strive to advocate for my clients and provide them answers to their concerns to help guide them to a new life after the legal process has come to a close.
I grew up in Tampa, Florida but my love for the South brought me to Atlanta. I attended Florida State University where I graduated Cum Laude with a degree in Criminology and Psychology. Following my time in Tallahassee, Florida, I attended Mercer University School of Law. During my time at Mercer, I interned with the Honorable Wesley D. Tibbals in the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in Hillsborough County, Florida, as well as interned with the Guardian ad Litem Program the following summer. Both experiences allowed me to grow my interest in family law and matters pertaining to child advocacy. I have always had an interest in being an advocate for the voiceless and interning with the Guardian ad Litem program sparked a deeper interest in juvenile court. I hope to one day continue to practice family law while also devoting more of my time to children in need.
When I'm not in the office, you can find me spending time with my friends and family, my Doberman, Lexi, cheering on the Noles (win or lose), or planning an upcoming vacation to quench my adventurous soul. I also find joy in cooking, exploring the Georgia wilderness with Lexi, horseback riding, and reading as many books as I can get my hands on.
Florida State University
Mercer University School of Law