I joined the firm in February 2019 when I moved to Annapolis to begin the Master’s program at St. John’s College. The first thing that attracted me to Franke, Sessions & Beckett was the small, boutique approach to estate planning. In my role “up front,” this meant that I could get to know each of clients individually, allowing me to better help them navigate the world of Estates & Trusts, which can be a daunting place.
Our team-oriented approach gives us a unique edge in the practice of Estates & Trusts law. From the attorneys to the support staff, we are each better equipped to help our clients because, as a team, we collaborate on everything we do. As a result, we are all able to keep abreast of cutting-edge changes in the law that may affect one or, more likely, multiple areas of our practice. We truly put together a “bespoke” plan for each case, and it is both exciting and gratifying to help our clients achieve their goals.
I come to Annapolis from South Dakota, where I worked in a small “do it all” law firm and in the Grant County Public Defender’s Office.
I received my Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, from Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota where I majored in Government, International Affairs, and Philosophy. I have experience working in the United States Senate, three state wide campaigns for political office, and as a high school debate coach. I enjoy bringing these experiences to bear at Franke, Sessions & Beckett, especially where they help me to connect with our clients and ensure that we are serving them to the best of our ability.