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I studied as an undergraduate at Arizona State University, where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies and graduated with honors. I have always believed in the importance of advocating for others, and decided to pursue a law degree in order to make a career out of that passion. I received my law degree from the Sandra Day O’Conner College of Law at Arizona State University, where I was named a Pedrick Scholar for her academic achievement.
During law school, I developed a passion for family law on both a personal and professional level. I am currently a practicing family law attorney, and handle a variety of legal issues, including divorce, child custody (legal decision-making), parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance, severance and adoption, and post-decree modification and enforcement. I understands the emotional and sensitive nature of family law issues, and believe in the importance of having an understanding, trustworthy and approachable relationship with each client.
Prior to joining Wilson-Goodman Law Group, I worked with the Arizona Justice Project, where I worked as an advocate for inmates filing for post-conviction relief, based on wrongful convictions and manifest injustices.