Carolyn grew up in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago. She graduated from Northern Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in political science. After graduating, she moved to Florida and began studying at Stetson University College of Law. She graduated cum laude in 1997.
Carolyn got her first legal job as a staff attorney clerking for judges in the Fifth Judicial Circuit. She was able to watch and research a wide variety of trials including murder, medical malpractice, contract disputes, divorces and drug possession. Clerking taught Carolyn about courtroom procedure and gave her perspective on how judges make their rulings in cases. Carolyn went on to become a staff attorney in both Ocala and Tampa.
In 2005, Carolyn moved to Tega Cay, South Carolina. She worked for five years as a conflicts analyst at the large firm of Moore & Van Allen. She also managed the firm’s registered agency company for one year.
Carolyn brings a sense of calm and direction to the firm’s clients who are going through personally challenging situations. In addition to representing clients in family cases, Carolyn has also volunteered her time to assist the Council For Children’s Rights on a number of cases.
Carolyn has a son and daughter in college. In her spare time, Carolyn can be found cycling on the roads in and around Charlotte, out running or at the YMCA swimming. Carolyn is an enthusiastic triathlete and has completed three half ironman races.
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- Northern Illinois University, B.A. Political Science and Government
- Stetson University College of Law, J.D. cum laude
- North Carolina Bar Association – Family Law Section Member
- Mecklenburg County Bar – Family Law Section Member
- North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys
- Charlotte Women Attorneys
- Charlotte Women’s Bar
- North Carolina Advocates For Justice
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