I believe the first step for any attorney is listening to their clients. A trained mediator, I use my experience and perspective to ensure your rights are protected and your desires are met.
I have served as city attorney for three cities, and have completed 40 hours of education to become a mediator, a skill set which has served as a major asset in my current independent practice.
I have a passion for ensuring the security and happiness of our Kentucky families. During my undergraduate years at Centre College, I worked as a legal runner for Frost Brown Todd, Lexington, Kentucky. I decided to attend law school at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia and, upon graduation, I served as law clerk for the Honorable Gregory Lay, Circuit Judge of Laurel and Knox Counties, Kentucky. I then practiced as an associate with Crawford and Baxter, PSC in Carrollton, Kentucky for five years and, in 2012, started my own firm in Owenton, Kentucky. I moved my office to downtown Lexington in 2014 and I have been here ever since.