A separation and divorce is an emotional and confusing time. Since no two cases are the same, I take the time to understand each of my client’s concerns and explain all of their options. I believe that working in a collaborative manner is often a better solution than going to court, especially when children are involved. However, when collaboration and compromise are not options, I zealously advocate for my clients in the courtroom. I strive to find the best solution for my clients and empower them as they navigate this new chapter of their lives.
Since being admitted to the North Carolina Bar, I have focused my practice on family law. My passion for advocacy and community involvement has continued to grow through my practice. I am a volunteer attorney with Safe Alliance and represent victims of domestic violence seeking protective orders against their abusers. In April 2015, I was honored to receive the “Commitment to Justice” Award for my contributions to the Legal Representation Project.
I am originally from Atlantis, Florida, and relocated to Charlotte in 2011. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and my dog, Sophie, exploring new places in Charlotte, and cheering on my Florida State Seminoles.
- Charlotte School of Law
- J.D. cum laude – 2013
- Order of the Crown Honor Society
- Phi Alpha Delta, Executive Board Clerk
- Women in Law
- Florida State University
- B.S. Psychology, cum laude – 2010
- Florida Bright Futures Medallion Scholarship Recipient
- Phi Alpha Delta Events Committee Chair
- Homecoming Spirit Board
Professional Associations and Memberships
American Bar Association, Family Law Division
North Carolina Bar Association, Family Law Division
Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Young Lawyer’s Division and Family Law Section
Charlotte Women Attorneys
Florida State University Alumni Association
Charlotte Seminole Club
Safe Alliance – Read More
NAFLA (National Academy of Family Law Attorneys) Top 10 Under 40.
AIOFLA (American Institute of Legal Counsel) Top 10 Attorneys and Firms.