2014 was a year of growth for myself and my practice. This past year, I expanded my practice to include mediation and parenting facilitation services and completed nearly 100 of continuing education credits which allowed my induction into the prestigious College of the State Bar. All of those hours of training were in family law and alternative dispute resolution which provides invaluable experience in the courtroom and settlement negotiations as well as qualifying me to accept court appointments as a mediator, parent coordinator and parent facilitator in high-conflict divorce cases. I am very excited about what 2015 brings! There will be a shift in the focus of my business from family law and probate to solely family law. I can sincerely say that I love what I do and the people that I have the privilege of serving. As many of you readers know, family law can be difficult at times but also very rewarding because of my passion for the law and helping others. Thank you for such a great year!