Emily advocates for outcomes that will enable families to make the smoothest possible transitions during some of the most difficult periods of their lives. Emily’s practice is devoted to family law litigation. She handles a variety of cases within the discipline of family law, which include divorce, child custody, adoption proceedings, modification of child support/maintenance/parenting time, dependency & neglect cases, paternity actions, and family law appeals.
Emily graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy and Political Science. She then attended the University of Oregon School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctorate in 2012.
Emily handles challenging domestic relations matters, dealing with complex financial disputes to high-conflict custody matters. Emily has significant experience in the courtroom, where she advocates for the best possible outcome for her clients. Emily is also committed to protecting her client’s interests when offering guidance through a mediation or settlement process.
Emily understands that each family has different needs and every case is different. Emily strives to give each family the attention they deserve and to always represent her clients professionally and ethically.
Emily is a volunteer with Project Safeguard and has undergone the 40-hour Mediator training program in order to become a mediator.