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Phoenix, AZ
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Licensed in AZ
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About Kristen

I'm proud to be an Arizona native. I grew up in Central Phoenix and attended Phoenix Christian High School. From there I headed to Tucson to study at the University of Arizona, where I earned my undergraduate degrees. I stayed at UA for law school, where I had the opportunity to work with the Volunteer Lawyers Program on Family Law matters. I also worked as an intern for Southern Arizona Legal Aid's Public Benefits Clinic and served as a law clerk for both the University of Arizona Office of General Counsel and the Pima County Superior Court. Following law school, I returned to Phoenix and began work as a defense attorney. I successfully represented hundreds of clients at all stages of litigation, from initial pleadings to jury trials. During my years as a defense attorney I spent many hours in the Courtroom and honed my skills as a client advocate. I am glad to put my experience to use for YOU. Since opening my own practice in 2012, my focus has been on Family Law, with an emphasis on Legal Decision-Making (Custody), Parenting Time, and Child Support. Clients are people not paychecks. Every client is different and representation is tailored to suit your individual needs. Whether you need full representation or just someone to coach you along the way, we are here to help.

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