I have been licensed to practice law in the State of Nevada since October 2007 but have been a Nevada resident since 2000. I joke sometimes that I am a professional pessimist - clients need to hear the worst case scenarios so they can manage their expectations as a case progresses. All joking aside, an honest outlook is crucial to problem solving in the law.
I have experience with civil litigation, bankruptcy, immigration, business formation, and contract disputes but a large portion of my practice focused on Elder Law and Guardianship at Woodrum Law LLC from 2014-2017. In January 2017 I was appointed by Governor Sandoval as the State's Elder Rights Attorney at the State of Nevada's Aging and Disability Services Division. In May of 2017 the job description and title changed via legislative amendment (Assembly Bill 31) to include disability rights. It is a dream come true to be able to serve in this statewide role.