I have practiced exclusively in family law since being called to the Alberta Bar. I enjoy working with individuals to achieve practical solutions to their issues. My focus is on building strong relationships with my clients, maintaining clear communication and expectations. I enjoy challenging myself with the complexities of family law while providing strategic, satisfying legal solutions that meet my clients’ needs. 

I am trained through the Alberta Family Mediation Society as a mediator, and the National Family Law Arbitration Course as an Arbitrator. I provide services to parties who are looking to negotiate a settlement agreement, and engage in alternate dispute resolution outside the Court system.  

I offer a reduced hourly rate for mediation and arbitration services.

I was elected to the Canadian Bar Association – Family Law Alberta South Executive in 2020, and will serve through to 2027. I have  published and lectured for the Legal Education Society of Alberta on the topics of determining income when a payor is self employed, and the impact of the status quo in interim parenting applications.

I received my Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Philosophy from Queen’s University in 2010 and my Master of Arts in Philosophy from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2011. I graduated from the University of Calgary, Faculty of Law in 2015, and was called to the Alberta Bar in 2016.

Outside of the office I am is passionate about exploring the mountains on foot or on skis, reading, and having as much fun as possible with my three sisters. I volunteer my time with the Wildwood Community Association board of directors, and the Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association. I have historically volunteered with Kids Up Front, and the Association of Women Lawyers.

About Me

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