“The situations our clients face may be the most challenging of their lives. We are here to help navigate you through them.”
The decisions families face regarding their future are not always easily made and Sandra understands that. After earning Bachelor’s Degrees in both Psychology and Sociology from The Ohio State University, she gained invaluable experience as a social worker assisting families and children to address intimate issues with both compassion and focus. Upon witnessing the profound effects of the legal system in these instances, as well as the importance of being apprised of one’s legal rights, she was moved to pursue her law degree.
Sandra attended Capital University Law School’s evening program while managing full-time employment to gain substantive experience in the areas of domestic relations, corporate employment litigation, and consumer-manufacturer mediation. Her ability to effectively work with clients in distress led her to earn the highest grade in her Interviewing and Counseling coursework, and her desire to achieve led her to successfully fulfill various student leadership roles in a national political organization. During law school, she frequently earned a place on the Dean’s List and maintained merit-based scholarships.
Sandra is motivated by working diligently and purposefully. She has completed numerous hours of pro bono work assisting with divorce and custody, debt relief, and property recording issues, to name a few. Her drive for purpose earned her the Women Lawyers of Franklin County Endowed Scholarship Award and a Pro Bono Honors distinction upon graduation.
Her innate ability to empathize without losing focus of her client’s goals sets Sandra apart from others and has earned her the trust of satisfied clients.