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Who am I?
I became an attorney because I have a passion for justice, especially where it
I am the perfect example of why one should never wait for the "right" time to
do something. I waited until my children were grown before attending law
school. Just as I was about to begin my first class, my grandson (3 years old
at the time) came to live with me. Needless to say, this changed things and,
rather than go to law school full time as I had planned, I continued working full
time as a legal assistant/paralegal*, went to law school at night, and took care
of my young grandson. Balancing single parenthood (again!) with a full time
job and school was a challenge, but, as Andrew Carnegie said, "Anything in
life worth having is worth working for."
I was born in Seattle, WA. My dad worked for the Boeing Company, and we
lived in Minot, ND and Great Falls, MT while he was part of the Minuteman
project. We returned to Washington for the SST project (anyone remember
that?) when I was in junior high school.
I went to Purdue University, which is how I first came to Indiana. Both of my
children were born here, and as a family, we moved back and forth between
Washington and Indiana a couple of times. My children and grandson all
ended up here in Indiana, and I recently decided to close my practice in
Washington and returned to Indiana to be closer to them. I live in Speedway
-- walking distance from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway -- and while I will
always be a Seahawk at heart, I am also a Colts fan and display both team
flags in my front yard during football season.
*Prior to attending law school, I worked as a legal assistant/paralegal, and have over 40
years of experience.
J.D., Seattle University School of Law, 2004
Admitted to Bar: Indiana, 2017, ISBA #34463-49
Washington, 2005, WSBA #36384
Indiana Association of Mediators: 2016
Focus Areas: Family Law Mediation
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