I am a tax attorney and CPA with a varied work experience. I spent multiple years working for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Houston in Mergers and Acquisitions. I also spent a couple of years teaching tax accounting at SFA; I still teach part-time at TJC. Although I no longer represent the Exxons of the world, my attention to detail and knowledge of the Internal Revenue Code is substantial. In my current practice, I focus on tax and business planning, estate planning, bankruptcy, and property issues in divorce.
I was raised in North Louisiana, but as a graduate of White Oak High School, I have East Texas roots. I graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in economics, then attended the University of Wyoming for law school. People always ask me, "How did you end up in the North Pole?" Short story really--I worked for a Senate Committee and the Chairman, Mike Enzi was from Wyoming. Meeting him and so many other Wyoming staffers (including my husband) convinced me to enroll at UW. Immediately after graduation, I obtained a Masters in Tax Law from the most prestigious and recognized tax school in the country--the University of Florida. Although I was born into a family of Tigers, I became a Gator!