Attorney Profile

Extraordinary Services:

  • House calls for elder clients and hospice patients;
  • Free initial consultations for Personal Representatives/Executors;
  • Flat fees for estate planning.

"I believe that the practice of law is a service, inherently humane, and a profound obligation. I strive to address each client with the respect that I would want for myself and my own loved ones."

Thank you.

Education & Bar Membership

Oregon State Bar, 2003

United States Tax Court, 2004

Washington State Bar, 2007

United States District Court, Oregon, 2008

J.D., Certificate in Federal Tax Law, Lewis & Clark Law School, 2002

B.A., The Evergreen State College, 1998

Professional Associations & Civic Activities

The National Advocates -Top 100 Lawyers in Oregon (2017)

Multnomah Bar Association

Oregon Asian Pacific American Bar Association

Oregon State Bar Business Law Section

Oregon State Bar Debtor-Creditor Section

Oregon State Bar Elder Law Section

Oregon State Bar Estate Planning & Administration Section

Oregon State Bar Taxation Section

Arts Council of Lake Oswego (Friend Affiliate ,Past Board Member, and Treasurer)

Oregon State Bar, New Lawyer Mentoring Program (Mentor)

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Practice Area Information

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