I am a devoted family man and father. My goal is to help set the right tone towards life, with our family motto being “there’s nothing more important in this world than kindness.” My hope is to carry this attitude over through myself and my staff into my law practice.
I’ve practiced nothing but Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Law for over 30 years. That’s because I truly enjoy seeing the look of relief on my clients’ faces when they hear how it works and after it’s over. My staff and I dedicate ourselves to doing an excellent job with your case, but we also share the desire to really listen, give advice, and make you happier.
I was born and grew up in very modest circumstances with my father being a teacher, and my mother too ill to work. I have a first hand understanding of the stress finances can put on a person or a whole family. And it only seems harder in today’s economy to even make ends meet. I wish there was more I could do to change the whole picture, but I try to make things better in life, one client at a time.
I attended the University of Florida both for my undergraduate degree and my law degree. While in law school, I served as an editor on the Law Review. This was not only a distinguished honor for any student to achieve, but allowed me to serve the law community through publications in a larger and more far reaching way than just at my own law school.
Though I’m proud of my academic credentials and my reputation in the legal community, these things only get you so far as an attorney: I’ve found in myself a strong desire to listen, learn about my clients’ lives, and help find a way to address their fears and achieve their goals.