After obtaining my B.S.B.A. in Management and Finance with a Marketing minor from the Sam M. Walton College of Business, I attended the University of Arkansas School of Law.
Throughout my legal studies, I clerked for Hindmarsh Law Firm, gaining invaluable experience navigating high conflict family law cases leading to my passion for representing families and children in domestic relations matters.
In addition, I completed an externship for the Honorable Ben T. Barry, Chief Judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. While practicing as a student attorney through the Federal Practice Clinic, I represented low-income clients in the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process.
My desire to help people obtain the debt relief they deserve was inspired long before law school. When I was 14, my mother was diagnosed with advanced-stage Chronic Kidney Disease.
Not only did my family struggle with the fact that we may lose our rock, but I watched as my hardworking parents were forced to spend their entire life savings to keep up with medical bills.
While my mother eventually achieved a full remission, the crippling financial burden followed our family. Driven to file bankruptcy, my parents felt demeaned and ashamed. My goal is to help others gain a fresh start with dignity and respect.
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