It all started in childhood. Learning karate as a child taught me to fight – fairly and within the rules. When you work with a sensei, you learn the intricate details of how you far you can push someone’s buttons. It gave me a taste of fighting – but in a structured, socially acceptable way. As I moved into high school, I quit karate, but began playing chess competitively, learning strategy and the skill of patience. These lessons, combined with my unrelenting inspiration to help people who have been wronged, I am able to ruthlessly, yet strategically, pursue justice for my clients.
And as a devoted husband, father, and family business owner, I understand the personal dynamics involved in every case, especially for my family law clients. I truly enjoy acting as an advisor to those around me in my community.