From my humble beginnings answering the phone at a take out Chinese restaurant at... more
From my humble beginnings answering the phone at a take out Chinese restaurant at age 14, department store clerk in high school, cashier at small family grocery store in college, to attending law school while raising three children and working as a legal assistant, I have always enjoyed interacting with people and helping them. As an attorney, I have great satisfaction helping individuals whe... view profile
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