Brittany is a former math teacher who became an attorney to continue helping and serving in the community. After graduating from Indiana University McKinney School of Law in 2014, she practiced family-based immigration and asylum law in Seattle, Washington before moving to Arizona. Brittany was admitted to practice law in Arizona in 2018 and transitioned to the Arizona Attorney General’s office as a trial attorney advocating for children in the protective services and dependency section.
Brittany loves practicing in Trusts and Estates because she can personally connect with clients as she works to understand their needs and goals. As a former teacher, she enjoys educating clients and conveying complex information in concise everyday language.
When Brittany is not practicing law, she is home with her family in Mesa. She can usually be found feeding treats to the family’s chickens, hiking with her husband and two boys, or enjoying an audio book.