Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
As a collaborative family law attorney I strive to help clients work through the divorce process with the least amount of conflict. My goal is to help family members, both parents and children, build different, but healthy relationships so that a functional family can exist during and after the divorce process is complete.
Because of my career prior to practicing law as a business owner (Shoes on a Shoestring-largest women's retail shoe store in the US) and an educational background that includes a master of Business Administration (Tulane) as well as substantial business law coursework, I have specialized competencies in family law matters that include business interests.
Professional Activities~Member of the American Bar Association
1977-1982 The University of New Mexico. Arts and Science-History. Minor in Business. History Department Award. Elected to the Associated Students University of New Mexico Student Senate. Delegate to the All Fraternity/Sorority Counsel. Member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.
1982-1984 Tulane University - A.B. Freeman School of Business. Master of Business Administration, concentration in finance. Elected to the Student Senate.
2006-2008 the University of New Mexico School of Law. Dean's List. Honor Roll. Elected as the American Bar Association Representative.
Over 100 hours of continuing legal education pertaining to family law subjects including collaborative and traditional divorce.