I am a native New Mexican and a third-generation Albuquerque High School graduate. I received my Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Mexico in 2000. After working as a research engineer for a 3-D rapid prototyping company located in Massachusetts, my husband and I returned to New Mexico in 2002 so that I could start my law degree at the University of New Mexico School of Law.
I have been practicing law in New Mexico since 2005. After law school, I worked in litigation, both on the defense and the plaintiff’s side. My practice now focuses on estate planning, wealth transfer, and asset protection. I develop lifelong relationships with my clients. I work with each situation to provide education and guidance to meet my client’s planning needs.
My husband, Dooley, and I have three children. Two boys and a girl. We are an active family. We are busy with our dogs, soccer, skiing, and traveling. I am familiar with the energy required to raise a family and have a career. I am also familiar with the concerns that parents have for their children’s future. It is my passion to use my knowledge and experience to advise and guide families towards the best plan for their future.