Christine is a peacemaker at heart, which was the driving force behind her decision to practice Family Law. As a child of divorce, Christine understands the complex emotions and changes clients can go through, and uses her experience and expertise to better assist each client. Motivated to excel in her studies, she made the Dean’s list in my first year at Western State University College of Law. It was also here that she was honored with a Witkin Award for the highest grade in the National Security upper division writing course. Christine received her Juris Doctorate degree in 2019 and was admitted to the practice of law in December of 2019.
Christine dedicates her practice solely to family law and has experience in issues arising in all areas of family law including prenuptial agreements, dissolution, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, and property division. She is passionate about helping families de-escalate conflict in order to achieve their objectives through active listening and a variety of other strategies. With extensive training in mediation, she has the ability to navigate high conflict divorces and custody matters, helping them become a more collaborative and peaceful effort for everyone involved, especially the children. She recognizes the importance of working toward viable solutions for all her clients and works with each client to develop a strategy that delivers the best possible solution and outcome. Christine has numerous affiliations, including the Orange County Bar Association and the California Young Lawyers Association.