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.

Thank you for helping us navigate such a difficult time in our lives. I am so glad that we chose a collaborative approach to divorce!

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