My practice is dedicated to helping families through the difficult transitions that are inherent in divorce through the respectful, solution-based Collaborative process. I assist my clients in identifying and attaining goals that are future-focused and child friendly. Collaborative Practice allows clients to retain control over their lives while helping the family develop mutually agreeable and durable resolutions to those issues of most importance to them. I am the founding President of the Maryland Collaborative Practice Council and the founding President of the Collaborative Divorce Association. I also was Co-Chair of the Collaborative Law Section of the Montgomery County Bar Association for which I was awarded Section Co-Chair of the Year in 2013.