Elizabeth moved to Grand Rapids from the West Coast when she was 10 years old. Since then, she has considered Grand Rapids her home. Always with an entrepreneurial mentality, she started her small tax preparation business at the age of 18 and since then has worked predominately with the Hispanic community of Western Michigan. Shortly after starting her business, she enrolled at Davenport University and graduated in 2005 with a duo bachelor in international business and marketing. Never letting go of her dream of studying law, she enrolled at Thomas M. Cooley Law school and graduated in 2011 with a litigation and international law concentration.
Elizabeth has been successful in settling several family cases before they go to trial. She has been able to help her clients, receive the correct amount of child support without waiting 3 years for the income review to take place. In addition, she has been able to help individuals resolve their immigration and visa issues with minimal stress and complications.
Elizabeth is fluent in Spanish and practices in the areas of Family law and Immigration Law. She lives in Wyoming with her husband, as well as her 17 year old and 1 year old daughters. When she’s not working on cases, she loves to travel, volunteer, trying different restaurants, and having cook outs with her friends and family. Elizabeth’s motto towards her clients is to always treat the client and each situation with honesty, integrity and above all, with utmost attention.