An entrepreneur, author, peacemaker, and blended family aficionado. …and I am dedicated to helping you find your Happy Even After.
I was born in the suburbs of Boston, Mass and I have an accent that loves to sneak out of my mouth when I’m excited, angry, or just because I spent a weekend with my family.
I’ve won awards, faced my fear of public speaking, litigated cases in a courtroom, and grew a business from nothing but a folding table into a thriving family law firm in Connecticut.
I’ve been divorced (twice) so I get it. I have an awesome son and 3 stepkids. I am now married to a man who is my partner in every sense of the word. …but those bumps and bruises along the way led me to the happiest, most complete, most purposeful version of myself today. I believe that doing the big, scary, uncomfortable thing can be the most rewarding and fulfilling experience of your life.
My work with my clients over the years at Happy Even After Family Law as always been part legal advocate, part cheerleader, part life coach. I noticed that some people thrive post-divorce while others get stuck and I was curious about why.
So, I studied what was different about those who came out the other end fulfilled and excited about their new beginning and I made it my mission to teach as many people as I could how to shift their mindset, set goals, and manage expectations so that they could step into a life of joy, peace, and purpose even when life threw a plot twist their way.
I promise that while sometimes it’s hard to see the light through the storm, the sun will shine again on your life (if you let it in).
I’ve always believed that no one needs to be just one thing. So, in addition to my work as a divorce attorney, educator and coach, I am passionate about writing dark, twisty mystery novels, fitness, philanthropy, spirituality, and reinventing myself.
I’m here to serve you. The work I do is built on compassion and integrity and a commitment to do the next right thing all of the time.
I’m here to make a difference in your life so you can experience the possibilities of what can be even if you can’t see it now.