My personal goal is to always recognize the dignity of each client while helping them resolve any legal issue.
I began my legal practice, after working for many years as a Human Resource Manager for a variety of businesses including a large local heavy manufacturer and in Risk Management. Today, I help clients with planning for an responding to life experiences (e.g., elder law issues, estate planning, guardianships, probates, and small business issues). I taught as on the faculty at City University and periodically wrote columns on employment issues for the Vancouver Business Journal. In addition, have conducted seminars and workshops in the community related to elder law, estate planning, and employment law.
I am committed to serving in the community, founding the Human Dignity Foundation, which runs a non-profit adult care home (Good Shepherd Manor) to provide a better place for elderly, disabled and/or terminally ill adults with limited financial means. I am an active member of St. Thomas Aquinas parish where am a reader, a sacristan and have served on the Pastoral Council and the Outreach Commission, I currently serve on the Board of the Children's Center and previously served on the Board for Second Step Housing.
My husband, Tom, and I have have two Beagles, Hastings and Pepper, who I enjoy loving and showing. We have a menagerie of mostly reptiles (two leopard geckos, a crested gecko and a bearded dragon, two tree frogs, a russian gold tortoise) and one small pet mouse. Togehter we enjoy camping and I enjoy hiking (I got to walk the Camino de Santago a few years ago - an amazing experience).
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