I’ve has been practicing law since 2010, and I’m collaboratively trained. By way of personal motivation, I went though a personal “fitness crisis” after having several knee surgeries and found myself looking for a new way to stay active, after putting my running “career” on the shelf. This led me to seek yoga as an outlet. What began as a fitness motivation in yoga began to blend into my professional life, and found myself looking for a better way to practice law.

Collaborative law turned out to be the perfect way for me to personally work in a better, more mindful, and more peaceful way. My favorite day at work is a day where I get to work in a team environment, but still work as an advocate and peacemaker for the new normal facing a divorcing family.

Most people end up in an attorney’s office in emotionally challenging circumstances. From day one, my attorney and the entire Collaborative Team were amazing to work with—professional, extremely knowledgeable, and responsive. Early recommendations on steps we should take really came in handy as the Collaborative Process proceeded.

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