Sarah uses compassion, patience, and tact to help our family law clients as they navigate through unfamiliar legal territory by taking the time to understand what is most important to each individual and why they feel that way. She helps our clients structure their affairs, whether they’re embarking on a new relationship or ending their partnerships, through well-crafted and comprehensive agreements that ensure all parties understand their roles in the next phase.
Sarah finds this intersection of law to be both fulfilling and compelling — she is passionate about helping our clients resolve their legal challenges so they can move forward with their lives. In contentious family law matters, there are no real winners or losers, but there are practical means by which parties can restructure their relationships that work for their families.
When appropriate, Sarah champions alternative dispute resolution methods for our clients to help families move on in a private, timely, and cost-efficient manner. She is in the process of being designated as a collaborative law professional, having recently completed the basic training for collaborative divorce. This experience, paired with her genuine interest in working cooperatively with opposing counsel, helps our clients achieve the best possible outcome.
|Cohabitation, separation and marriage agreements
|Assisted reproduction agreements
While pursuing her Juris Doctor (JD) degree, Sarah simultaneously completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. This qualification enables her to take a structured, business-oriented approach to issues and hands-on experience in analyzing business valuations and income reports. She honed her creative problem-solving skills while earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance.
Sarah is a confident, composed, and energetic advocate as she helps clients advance towards a fair result. She is motivated by the opportunity to create a meaningful impact and a sense of direction in their lives.Download PDF