Family means everything to me, and when you become a client of Sodoma Law, you become part of my family. Whether you are planning for your future, contemplating a separation, or determining care of your children, my team and I will be there to support you and zealously advocate for your case. I provide my clients with a tailored, hands-on approach, working with you to achieve the best possible outcome.
What makes me tick? Adaptability, perspective, and passion.
Adaptability: Growing up as an Air Force dependent, I traveled the world with my family and learned the importance of appreciating different cultures, service before self, and adapting to diverse environments. I have lived in eight different states and two foreign countries, but I have chosen North Carolina as my home. I bring a broad perspective to Family Law matters and the flexibility to adapt to any circumstance, whether I am in the office or in the courtroom.
Perspective: I felt called to become a family law attorney after working in other fields of law. My legal experiences range from criminal law at the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office, to military law at the Air Force JAG School, to complex civil commercial litigation at a firm in Washington D.C. However, working at Legal Aid of North Carolina to provide victims of domestic abuse with civil protective orders and custody determinations showed me that Family Law was the right fit. My background provides me with a unique perspective when approaching my clients’ cases, proving no case is too sensitive or difficult.
Passion: People are my passion, and I work diligently to provide them with the best legal representation possible. Family Law cases are often extremely personal, private, and complex. Having an attorney who is not only passionate about the legal work, but the clients too, makes all the difference.
In my free time, I enjoy traveling, listening to true crime podcasts, indoor cycling, and hanging out with my two cats, Charlie and Oliver.
- Duke University (B.A. English, Minors in History and Religion)
- Wake Forest School of Law
- North Carolina
Honors and Associations
- Wake Forest Litigation Externship Clinic
- 2019 Zeliff Trial Bar Competition – quarter finalist
- Phi Alpha Delta – law service fraternity