I suppose I've always had that entrepreneurial spirit. I started my first company right out of high school when I was 18 years old and while I can't say I really knew what I was doing at the time, I had some great mentors along the way to steer me in the right direction.
As an attorney, I see my role much like that of the mentors in my life. A mentor counsels, teaches, protects, nurtures, motivates and occasionally reproves, but all with the singular goal that the mentee succeeds.
That's my ultimate goal: your success.
Of course, success doesn't always mean "winning" because success looks different for each person in different situations, but I believe that with the right advocate everyone can succeed. And so, while I can't walk in your shoes, I can walk alongside you just like my mentors did.
- Trinity Law School, Santa Ana, California
- Major: Master of Legal Studies, Human Resources
- California State University, Los Angeles, California
- B.S., Bachelor of Science
- Estate Planning
- Business and Corporate Law
- Employment Law