Exciting News Amid A Pandemic

I have some exciting news to share: Last month, I was sworn in as a member of the North Carolina Bar! That means that in addition to working with clients in Texas, I also will be able to serve clients in North Carolina. It was a long process… When my family first moved to North … Read More

Where there’s a Will…

A few weeks ago, a journalist emailed me to ask if she could interview me for an article she was writing. The article she wrote appeared in the Statesman 50ATX Guide for Young Boomers and Beyond. Below is the article as it appeared. You can also read the article online by clicking on the following … Read More

Celebrating Seven Years!

The past year was an eventful one for my firm. Below are some of the few highlights have helped start 2017 on a positive note. Today marks my firm’s seventh anniversary! My website got another “mini” facelift. The home page seemed a bit cluttered to me, so we tweaked it a bit. Take a look and … Read More

Celebrating Five Years!

When I started my law firm years ago, I was nervous. Petrified, actually. I had always worked for other attorneys before, so I never had to be a rainmaker or run a business. Naturally, I worried about the possibility that all my efforts would fail. My fears were compounded because the concept of a completely … Read More

Ending the Year on a High Note…Again!

This month, I was honored to be included in Houstonia Magazine’s list of “Top Lawyers” for 2014! This is the second year in a row I have received this honor. Houstonia Magazine’s selection was based on Avvo ratings, which factor in peer endorsements, experience, education, training, speaking, publishing, and awards. It’s a great way to … Read More

How To Support Someone Who’s Grieving During The Holidays

A friend of mine who volunteers for hospice wondered out loud a couple of weeks ago: “Why is it that more people die around the holidays?” “Really?”  I asked. “Is there actually data to support that?” Turns out, there is. A group of sociologists analyzed death certificates between 1979 and 2004 and determined that deaths do … Read More