I graduated from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 2009, just as the recession was exploding. I saw people’s lives being turned upside-down by events they had no control over (myself included – a job I had lined up after law school disappeared). I realized that by practicing in the area of bankruptcy law, I could help people change their lives for the better. I’ve helped thousands of people wipe out their debt in the last decade and look forward to another 10 years of fresh starts.
Estate Planning was my focus in law school. As the parent of young children, I understand the importance of planning for the unexpected to make sure the next generation is well provided for (and also what it’s like to not have had a full night’s sleep in 10 years). I’m going to take the time to understand exactly what you want, teach you about the options for achieving your goals, and carefully draft the associated estate planning documents in a way that makes them easy to use for you and your heirs.
I strive to make myself accessible. I have a small law office so getting ahold of me via email ([email protected]) or on the phone (303-900-8598) is pretty easy. That said, my paralegals are also happy to help if I’m in a meeting.
Making sure that you understand your options is very important to me, so I try to avoid jargon or legalese. I’m not interested in judging you or preaching to you. I’m just here to give you accurate information so that you can make informed decisions on how to best provide for yourself and your family. Here are a few blog posts I’ve written which should give you an idea about how I communicate:
- Frequently Asked Questions about Debt Collection Lawsuits
- Two Common Mistakes That Put Your Social Security at Risk
- Can I Keep my Car if I File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Colorado?
When I’m not in the office, I’m probably coaching my kids’ basketball teams, hanging out with my handsome-but-dumb dog Griffin at the dog park, or trying to make it to the gym to squeeze in a workout.