I love being prepared. Whether it is making my winter-supply bag for my car, having multiple back up systems for my computers or double-checking the emergency contact information in my reflective orange vest before heading out for my evening walk, knowing that I’ve prepared for contingencies helps me and my family rest easier and get on with life. Being prepared brings a sense of freedom, like a safety net.
I bring this same passion for preparedness to my law practice. I want to help you create that same safety net for your family.
I want you to be able to go out for an evening without your children knowing that they are legally protected if something happens to you. I want you to be able to travel knowing that someone else is ready to handle your finances in the event of an emergency. I want you to go into surgery knowing that your family and your doctors are aware of your wishes for medical care. And I want you to spend your later years enjoying your life, not worrying about what might happen without a plan in place.
Mostly, I want you to know the sense of calm and security that comes with being prepared. Because even though we can’t prevent bad things from happening, we can prepare for them by putting our safety nets into place.
Don’t you want that too?
Education and Accomplishments
I graduated cum laude from Suffolk University Law School, and have a degree in Sociology from the University of California, Davis. Prior to practicing law, I worked at Tufts Health Plan for over seven years, in the Appeals and Grievances Department. I live on the South Shore and am a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association. I serve as a mentor for the Women’s Bar Foundation Elder Law Project. I was named a “Rising Star” by SuperLawyers magazine in 2010, 2011 and 2012. When I’m not practicing law, I am either cooking or hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
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