New Beginnings and More Service!
In case you missed last week’s post, this past February, I sat the Oregon Bar Exam and I am delighted to announce that I passed and will begin practicing law once again!
Effective May 22nd, I will become partners with Allen Drescher. Allen’s firm is one of the most respected firms in the Rogue Valley and has been serving this great community for over 40 years. This is an extraordinary opportunity for me and I am honored to have been chosen by Allen to carry on his practice. As well as providing legal counsel in the areas of Estate Planning and Elder Law, I will be able to handle many other areas of law, continuing the full-service law practice Allen built.
This transition should be seamless for my clients for a number of reasons. My service and commitment will not change. What will change are the resources I have to offer, the ability to fully represent you, and the opportunity to assist you with a wide range of legal issues. Allen and I are already working together and will continue to do so through June 30th. I will continue to occupy Allen’s Ashland office located at 21 South Second Street, so meeting with me will be just like coming to see Allen. If Allen is currently your attorney, I will retain his files related to the work he has done for you and I will have access to all of the information he has, so that I can jump right in and help you with any future legal needs you may have.
Allen and I will have an open house on June 16th, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., and we invite you to come by and help us celebrate this partnership and his retirement. You may also call the office and schedule a time to meet with me one-on-one.
I thank you for your loyalty and value your trust in my ability to provide you with support and advice. With this partnership, I look forward to continuing to serve you for many years to come. Keep your eyes open for more news on this change in the coming weeks!
If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me.