Professional Statement: I believe it is best for parties to work out their family law matters without the emotional and financial cost of litigation. Collaborative law allows for parties to restructure their families in the least disruptive way, preserving economic resources, encouraging family harmony, and minimizing conflict. It permits your children to embrace both parents and helps parents develop improved ways to parent and communicate in the future.
Personal: Family Judge Nominee 2010, Houston Galveston Institute Bd, Multicultural Education, Counseling in the Arts Bd., Doctors for Change Bd., Museum District Business Alliance Bd., Krist Samaritan Center Bd., Washington on Westcott Advisory Bd, Texas Executive Women, Health Care for All Texans-Steering Committee, SIDS Foundation of Greater Houston Bd, St. Lukes United Methodist Bd. & Sunday School teacher, Amigos de las Americas Bd., Post Oak YMCA Int’l Bd., River Oaks Elem. School Bd., Girl Scout leader, Boy Scout Badge counselor, St. Joseph’s Women’s Public Relations Council, Crestwood-Glencove Civil Club Bd