I grew up in Piggott, Arkansas where I learned the value of hard work and a lot about construction. Both of my grandfathers were contractors and my father still owns a small flooring store to this day. I grew up on construction sites since I was a small child and was soon put to work on these very job sites for my family business. This on the job training helped me to become a better attorney later in life. This is especially true in my construction law practice.
In addition to working as a flooring installer for my father, I was also the maintenance person for my father’s rental property. This taught me many aspects of real estate development and rental property management. Both the practical construction experience and property management experience have helped me develop a better relationship with my clients and be able to communicate with and understand my clients needs better regarding real estate and construction law matters.
I obtained my undergraduate degree from Middle Tennessee State University where I earned a Bachelor of Science in audio engineering. After a career in sales, I decided to attend Bowen Law School in Little Rock, Arkansas. I am licensed to practice law in Arkansas as well as the Eastern and Western District Courts of the United States. I owned a successful solo practice for the first four years of practicing law. During this time, I was able to hone my skills and become an effective litigator as well as a transaction attorney regarding civil law and family law matters. I have recently joined WH Law and am excited at this firm offers their clients. I am excited about the future of law and the future of working with WH Law.