In 1984 after working in the insurance industry for 10 years I decided to go to law school and enrolled at Lincoln Law in Sacramento. Like my brother, one of my proudest achievements of law school was being Valedictorian of my class.
After graduating from Lincoln Law School, I practiced law in Yuba City from 1989 until 1996 when I stepped away while battling cancer. After being miraculously healed I chose not to return to law. I chose not to return to law, as we decided to help plant two churches, and I went to work at the church as their administrator. During that time I also went on a missionary trip with our church. We also worked together in a family run photography business until 2012 when I decided it was time to return to the practice of law and joined forces with by brother in his firm.
The focus of my practice is to help people with:
- Proper planning of your estates and make sure your family is provided for,
- Helping seniors navigate the maze of paperwork confronting them with Social Security, Medicare, and other government benefits
- Elder Care issues
When not practicing law, I spend the vast majority of my time at home on our mini-farm with my family. We currently have two dogs, chickens and anticipate the arrival of more animals this spring.
My wife and I have been Christians since the early 1980’s and our relationship to Jesus Christ is the most important thing in our lives.
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