Family law can be a difficult area of practice. Clients call you upset, worried and sometimes, just freaking out. You are who they turn to when there is a problem with their family.
I understand how difficult and sensitive those situations can be. Not only am I there for my clients to counsel them in hard times, but I’m also there to stand up for them and fight for them and their family.
There is no better place to practice law than Northwest Arkansas. I live in Fayetteville with my husband, Aaron.
We love that this corner of our state has everything from beautiful hiking and world-class fishing to top-notch restaurants and museums, not to mention our beloved Arkansas Razorbacks. We simply couldn’t love our hometown more.
I graduated with honors from Mount Saint Mary Academy, then went on to Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri where I also graduated cum laude with majors in political science and philosophy and a pre-law minor.
I married my husband while attending law school at the University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law in Little Rock.
I was an active law student, graduating with honors and as the recipient of the Pulaski County Bar Association President’s Award.
I am currently the Vice President of the Washington County Bar Association, having been Secretary/Treasurer before that. I also lead a Women Lawyers group that meets quarterly.
I am a member of the Arkansas Bar Association’s House of Delegates, the leadership and legislative body of the state bar association.
I also am an ad junct professor at Northwest Arkansas Community College, where I teach in the paralegal program.
Last but not least, I teach other lawyers about social media and technology through continuing education classes.