After more than thirty-two years as an attorney, my practice is now limited to collaborative law and settlement advocacy.

I believe that the public should be given the opportunity to choose a process for resolving their differences that honors their participation and trusts their ability to make the best decisions for their families.

Our Rochester community is blessed with a compassionate and dedicated group of family law attorneys, mental health professionals, mediators and financial specialists working together to help families as parents separate and divorce.

I was the first president of the Association of Collaborative Family Law Attorneys, Inc. (www.nycollaborativelaw.com) and continue to be involved as an active member.