I vividly remember being raised in a principled household. My parents were sure to instill in me basic values of honesty and integrity, and these seemed to go hand-in-hand with my earliest inclination to lend a helping hand to people when I saw they needed one. I can say with confidence that this how I like to run my law firm today. People come to me with very specific and unique issues they must deal with. It's the least I can do to put everything I have into seeing that they walk away in a significantly better state.
Growing up, when it came to figuring out what was in store for my future, I was sure of a few things. Aside from wanting to help people first and foremost, I wanted a career that offered options to focus my energy in a variety of areas — one in which I could diversify my interests. Law happened to fit the bill, and I studied business during my undergraduate career at Stephen F. Austin State University with the hopes of one day developing the proper know-how to run my own firm one day.
I founded my firm on the core principles of honesty and integrity — one and two. My commitment to your well-being is unwavering.