Why I Became a North Carolina Family Law Attorney.

I always knew that I wanted to be an attorney but I never really pictured myself as being a family law attorney. That being said, I can’t imagine any other line of work as being as rewarding as being a family law attorney, and truly having the opportunity to help positively impact peoples daily lives. Being a family law attorney allows me to help families during the most difficult time of their lives and during this time, it is my hope that I can help ease the stress, pain, and fear of the process.
One of the aspects of family law that I really enjoy is being able to work with clients and opposing counsel to find a creative a solution that will hopefully be more beneficial than litigation for everyone. I have friends, family, and colleagues who have been impacted by divorce, custody issues, and the financial issues that often arise from the same. Although, my parents are still married I realize that not all marriages last and life changes people. I this it’s important for individuals who are going through divorces, custody battles, and financial issues to realize that you are never too old to grow and flourish. I know divorce and everything that comes with it is extremely difficult and emotionally draining, but it is my hope that I can help our clients through this difficult time, so they can get back to themselves and focus on the important things in life.

Practice Areas

- Divorce
- Equitable Distribution
- Post Separation Support and Alimony
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Domestic Violence
- Alienation of Affection
- Criminal Conversation Matters


Elon University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2017; 
Randolph Macon College 2014. 

Admitted to Practice

- Washington District of Columbia 2018- Inactive
- North Carolina 2018

Professional Affiliations and Community Involvement

- Mecklenburg County Bar CLE Committee
- Women Lawyers of Charlotte
- Mecklenburg County Bar Young Lawyers Division