My first exposure to the law was through my work in the military. Prior to becoming an attorney, I was a Captain in the United States Air Force who managed the development, production, and support of various information systems. Though I am grateful for this experience for a variety of reasons, one of the biggest is that it introduced me to my true passion: effecting change through the practice of law.
In the military, we sometimes enlisted the help of attorneys, and I grew to admire their decisiveness and their ability to efficiently bring goals to fruition. So, I decided to embark on a career change, and in 2005, I received an honorable discharge to attend law school.
During law school, I gained invaluable insight from interning at the United States Attorney’s Office and from clerking for Chief Justice Rogelio Valdez of the Texas Thirteenth Court of Appeals. After graduation, I then went on to manage litigation for an insurance company, litigate commercial disputes for other businesses, and handle family and property disputes for individuals at a prominent Dallas law firm.
I strive to help my clients with the things that matter most: their families and their livelihoods.