Born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, I knew at a young age that I
wanted to practice law. I attended Grand Valley State University, where
I studied Finance. While in college, I started my own company, which specialized
in promoting and hosting celebrity concerts/events.
After college, I decided I was tired of the cold, snowy winters and I moved
to Jacksonville, Florida where I attended Florida Coastal School of Law.
During my 3L year of law school, I worked as a law clerk for McGlinchey
Stafford, PLLC, which represents banks and servicers in consumer finance
related litigation. While working for McGlinchey Stafford, I learned a
lot about defending consumer finance actions, specifically FDCPA and FCCPA actions.
After law school, I moved to Fort Myer, Florida where I worked for a small
law firm practicing in the areas of business litigation, commercial litigation,
construction litigation and civil litigation. I was a member of the Lee
County Bar Association, elected, and served as the social chair for the
Young Lawyers of the Lee County Bar Association. After practicing in Fort
Myers for a year, I decided I needed a change of scenery and made the
move to Fort Lauderdale, Florida working for a small law firm in Weston,
Florida practicing in the areas of civil litigation and foreclosure defense.
I was fortunate enough to be brought on as an Associate Attorney at Loans
Lawyers, LLC, working specifically on TCPA and FDCPA cases. I feel that
my experience and knowledge of working on both sides of consumer finance
related litigation gives me a unique perspective on a given case. I always
tell my clients, “Based on all the facts in the case, I will give
you the worst case scenario and the best case scenario in order for you
to make an informed decision regarding your pending case.”