For more than forty years, I have proudly served as a paralegal. This journey has been both enlightening and transformative, as I've continually adapted and refined my skills in the ever-evolving landscape of the law.
My specific areas of expertise encompass conservatorships, estates, and trusts, demanding an acute attention to detail and an unwavering commitment to stay abreast of the latest changes and nuances in these legal domains.
My academic foundation was laid at UC Santa Barbara, where I majored in Law & Society, graduating in 1979. This was swiftly followed by my paralegal studies at the prestigious University of San Diego in 1980, further sharpening my legal acumen.
Beyond the confines of my professional life, I am blessed with a beautiful family. My husband and I are proud parents to two wonderful children, who have in turn graced us with two delightful grandchildren. Our free time is often spent in nature.
For over four decades, I've had the honor of immersing myself in the intricate realm of estate planning, trust administration, and estates as a dedicated legal assistant. This vast expanse of time has not only allowed me to master the technicalities and nuances of the field but also has given me a profound understanding of the emotional and personal aspects that are intertwined in these legal processes.
Estate planning isn't just about assets; it's about dreams, memories, and the legacies individuals wish to leave behind. I take immense pride in playing a pivotal role in these profound moments of life planning.