Growing up in Pennsylvania’s farm country, I always wanted to travel and experience greater things in life. I decided to become an attorney at fifteen, and I moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia after graduating high school. From that point forward, I geared all my decisions towards practicing law: from working for my state representative, to obtaining a Bachelor’s degree specializing in the philosophical and practical theories underpinning the US constitutional system, and to studying human rights and constitutional law abuses in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I earned my Juris Doctorate from Regent University School of Law in 2015, which I accomplished after two years of tenacious study.
I dreamed of becoming a lawyer for a large portion of my life, and I’m happy to report that years of practice have not dulled my passion! I consider it an absolute privilege to represent my clients and to meet people “where they’re at”. We all fall on hard times during various seasons, and I see first hand just how difficult it is to walk through a divorce, custody battle, criminal charge, protective order, and many other legal matters. Because I understand these unique personal challenges and emotional battles, I consider it my responsibility to operate as a light in a dark place.
I have practiced in Hampton Roads and the greater Peninsula area, and I am familiar with many local Judges and courtrooms. I’ve done much criminal defense and family law work in the past, but have now narrowed my practice to family law matters. As a graduate of Regent University School of Law and a Hampton Roads resident, I truly value serving my community in a way that helps many families and individuals move forward.
I consider it a privilege to be with Holcomb Law, P.C., and to work with attorneys who love helping people tackle difficult legal situations. After all, we really do believe that “You Matter Here.”
In my free time, I enjoy songwriting, staying involved in my church, serving on missions and relief trips, writing political commentary essays, playing cards, road-tripping, hiking, reading, and enjoying great conversation over a delicious cup of coffee. Plus, I love dreaming about how to make a positive impact on the world!