I was admitted to practice in the State of Michigan in February of 2005. I spent almost five years working for a small firm in Grand Rapids that specializes in Divorce, Child Custody, Paternity, Child Support and other Family Law matters. In February of 2010 I opened my own office and still specialize in those areas as well as criminal defense. I have experience in all aspects of legal practice from initial filing and discovery techniques to trial and appellate work. I begin each new case with the goal of doing my best possible to advocate for my clients and protect their interests. My end goal for each of my cases is to have satisfied clients who feel I have provided the best possible representation in each of their individual actions.
I was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan and attended Wealthy Elementary, East Middle, and East Grand Rapids High School. I then continued to the University of Michigan where I obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. I attended Michigan State University to obtain my Juris Doctor which I received in May of 2004. My studies in law school were concentrated in Corporate and Tax Law however I also participated in the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Program. That program made it evident to me that I enjoy working wiith people rather than the paperwork involved in corporate and tax work.
After concluding my studies I returned to Grand Rapids where my family continues to reside. Since then I have benfitted from working wiith many esteemed collegues in the family law and criminal law sections of the area Bar Associations, most notably my former employer who has practiced law in these areas for over twenty years. I have learned from the best and am now ready, willing, and able to represent clients zealously no matter the particular legal issue at hand.
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