I grew up in the small town of Vale, Oregon. As a lifetime Oregon resident with ties to both city life and country life, I find it easy to understand clients from diverse backgrounds. As someone raised on a small rural hobby farm, I understand the needs of those living in rural poverty. I became a mother at the age of seventeen, so I know the trials that many of my clients face who are also young parents just trying to get by and do what is right for their children. I can help you navigate your legal case and set up a successful future for you and your children. Ask me about my discounted rates for low-income clients and victims of domestic violence.
I attended the University of Oregon where I earned a degree in Psychology. Before I went to law school, I work for several years as a drug and alcohol counselor for teens. During my time as a counselor, I learned that many of the issues facing teens stem from a break-down of the family unit during childhood. I developed a passion for helping adults and children through rough times and rebuilding family structures that were lost.
I attended Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland Oregon, hoping to one day help families navigate through divorce and family legal issues, while still keeping the supportive structures that children need to flourish. When I founded Quatier Law, I put passion into practice by helping clients through these difficult times.
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