I started my own firm almost three and a half years ago. I believe in giving back to the community, speaking up on behalf of the voiceless and backing down bullies. As the owner of the firm, I make sure our attorneys: (1) are down to Earth and approachable, (2) see the needs in our community and volunteer their time and, (3) speak for those who need a champion for their cause. We've done a lot of volunteer work and unlike most firms, it isn't with our left-over time. It's a priority. So you'll see us at the Boys & Girls Club helping kids with homework. You'll see us out in the community sponsoring events and educating groups. You'll see us at various legal clinics, helping those who need access to the legal system and don't know where to start. We've helped in many abuse situations and been rewarded with clients who have come back time and time again to help clean up past issues or to start new endeavors. We feel incredibly blessed that many of the local charities refer their clients to us and that many religious leaders send their congregations to us. We believe what we do makes a difference. We'd be happy to make a difference for you!
|MI||Not authorized to practice-Administrative||2005||10/07/2015|
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Nominee - Volunteer of the Year (2013)||Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce||2013|
|Owner/Managing Attorney||Engle & Associates, P.C.||2010 - Present|
|In-House Counsel/Commercial Specialist||Durr Systems, Inc.||2008 - 2010|
|Law Clerk & Associate Attorney||Talpos & Arnold, P.C.||2004 - 2008|
|University of Detroit Mercy School of Law||Law||Juris Doctor||2005|
|Michigan State University||Communication||Bachelor of Arts||2002|