Meet the Lawyer
Education and Professional Activities
She serves on the board of the Texas Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, is a member of the Society of Settlement Planners and serves on the education committee of the National Guardianship Association. She is an Approved Guardianship Attorney and is appointed by Central Texas courts in heirship and guardianship proceedings.
She handles pro bono cases for Volunteer Legal Services, the Austin Bar Association’s Cancer Clinic, Veterans’ Clinics and the Women’s Resource Fair. She also participates in UT Law School clinics and speaks on legal and financial planning for the Alzheimer’s Association.
Mother of a child with special needs, over the years she has taught for the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill and volunteered for the Council on Adoptable Children, the AFS foreign exchange student program, Cornell Cares, Hands on Housing and as an officer of the Harmony PTO.
In her free time, she enjoys studying dance and taking long walks in beautiful Central Texas.
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