I spent 26 years working for large commercial firms and smaller boutique practices before opening my own firm in 1997. After passing the California bar in 1990, I took a job with a large commercial law firm in Sacramento. There I spent the next seven years working closely with transactional and litigation attorneys on a variety of different issues related to bankruptcy and insolvency.
In 1997, I went into private practice, again focusing on bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and debtor’s rights on a one-to-one basis with my clients.
Between 1998 and 2001, I was the Director of the Sacramento Valley Bankruptcy Forum, where I remain a member. In 2000, I had the privilege to serve as the president of the Bankruptcy/Commercial Law Section of the Sacramento Bar Association. I also was a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee from 1997 to 2008 and remain active in the administration of Chapter 7 trustee cases.
Beyond being the former President of the Davis Food Co-op, I also am a former judicial intern and a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute.
In 2013, I opened the doors of my own private practice to provide Yolo County families in need of debt relief with caring, personalized legal services. I offer payment plans and weekend appointments for clients. I look forward to many more years of serving the Davis community.
There is a light at the end
of the tunnel.