When I was in high school, I came to the conclusion that the law is my calling. At that impressionable age, it wasn’t hard for me to see that the world was full of injustice. I saw the infraction of rights in the public eye turn into larger violations of well-being — or even transgressions of human rights that today become national spectacles — and knew there was something to be done.
Since the early days, I’ve been driven to do my part standing up for justice. After getting both my B.A. and J.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I set my sights on practicing and continually learning about criminal law. I wanted to make as much of a difference as possible protecting the freedoms of people whose rights had been disregarded.
Soon enough, I had the ability to expand my practice. I learned extensively about family law and started helping clients going through particularly difficult transitions such as divorce and child custody agreements. I guided them through the legal process, which demanded our time together deciding on options, talking about the best future for their families, and sharing wisdom that would help preserve everyone’s happiness.
The future’s uncertain; it takes strength and support to get through those hard times. Well, I like providing that support. I like making that difference.