Emily is exclusively focused on representing individuals in family law cases and has been since her admission to the bar in 2009. Prior to private practice, Emily clerked for Judge Sill-Rogers in the Jackson County Family Court. She currently works with clients in all areas of family law, including divorce, modifications of child support, modifications of child custody, custody arrangements between never married parents, step-parent adoptions, grandparent visitation, and adult and minor name changes. She also often serves as a Guardian ad Litem, representing abused or neglected children in court.
Emily vigorously protects her client’s rights while providing guidance and reassurance in a supportive environment. She believes in valuing her client’s experiences and partnering with them to develop an effective case strategy.
Emily understands how to be aggressive when circumstances demand it, but she also knows that domestic issues are often best settled through reasoned negotiation. Her goal is to minimize conflict while finding solutions that work for parents and children.