P.O. Box 171
Colonial Heights, VA 23834
Phone: (804) 898-3879
Fax: (804) 500-5274
Virginia State Bar
University of Richmond School of Law, J.D., May 2005
The College of William & Mary, B.A., May 2000
Director of Development & Alumni Relations, 2017-2018
Petersburg Public Defender’s Office
Assistant Public Defender, 2016-2017
Office of the Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia
Corporate Counsel and Contract Attorney, 2007-2011
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P.O. Box 14827
Richmond, VA 23221
Phone: (804) 729-6707
Fax: (804) 309-4160
Virginia State Bar
Cornell University, Employment & Disability Inst., 2015
University of Richmond School of Law, J.D., May 2008, Summa Cum Laude
U.S. Naval Academy, B.S., May 1986, with distinction
Hunton & Williams LLP, Richmond, VA
CEVA Logistics, Detroit, MI
U.S. Marine Corps, Camp Pendleton, CA
Captain, Infantry 1986-1991
Navy Commendation Medal for meritorious service in Desert Shield and Desert Storm
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At BeneCounsel, we are eager to assist families by offering free, in-home consultations regarding transition planning, capacity, supported decision-making and guardianships, disability benefits planning and appeals, and special needs trusts and estate planning, and by answering as many questions as we can on a pro bono basis.
For matters that are more complex, we will advise you on your options after we conduct a thorough review of your family's unique situation and your child's abilities, challenges, and special needs. By doing so, we can bring a measure of clarity to the choices you face.
We believe that it is best to avoid costly SSI & SSDI appeals if at all possible, but sometimes appeals are unavoidable due to the nature of the Social Security Agency and its myriad of rules and regulations. If an appeal is unavoidable, we will persuasively advocate for your child's rights.