I believe in right and wrong. I believe in gray areas, but would argue that what is... more
I believe in right and wrong. I believe in gray areas, but would argue that what is right and what feels right are less often the difficult decisions that many others think they are. I believe that my particular disclipline is different from that of others in that my cases are not simply my work. My cases are all very important to my clients, and they are important to me. I cannot leave my work... view profile
I have been a lawyer for 28 years. I became a family law attorney because I love... more
I have been a lawyer for 28 years. I became a family law attorney because I love helping people get through one of the worst times of their lives with dignity and grace. Helping my clients get back on their feet as they go through the divorce process is often the most satisfying part of my job.
Business litigation attorney specializing in matters involving breach of contract,... more
Business litigation attorney specializing in matters involving breach of contract, fraud, partnership disputes, banking, regulatory enforcement, non-disclosure and non-compete agreements, insurance coverage, real estate, and collections.
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