I received my undergraduate degree at Louisiana State University in 1999 and my law degree from the Loyola University School of Law New Orleans in 2003. Since then, I’ve been admitted to practice law in the State of Louisiana.
I clerked for the Honorable Jo Ellen Grant in the 24th Judicial District Court for two years upon graduation and passing the bar. From there, I worked in-house in a corporation which was my dream job. However, I found myself wanting to be in the courtroom. After three years in-house, I decided to hang my own shingle as they say and started my own practice. I had a knack for attracting family law cases so decided to give it my full attention and have never looked back. I consider myself fortunate to have found my niche so early in my law career.
I’ve successfully handled hundreds of family law cases, including divorce, custody, support, property partitions, adoptions and post-judgment modifications.
I am admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana and all Louisiana state courts. I am a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, Covington Bar Association including the Family Law Section, a member of the Slidell Bar Association and I am a Certified Child Custody and Visitation Mediator.
Why should this matter to you? I attend conferences through the year by these organizations that keep me up to date on the latest in court developments and family law trends nationwide. This means that I will be prepared to handle issues that may arise in your case. Family law is a complex area of law that is continually changing. You need an attorney who is committed to staying up to date and who fully understands the delicate process of family law cases.
Email me using the form on this website or call 985-718-455 to set up a free, no-obligation meeting to talk about how I can help you.