Caroline believes in being empathetic towards her clients as they are navigating some of life’s hardest challenges. Her goal is to ensure that her clients feel heard, respected, and supported every step of the way as they navigate through complex legal problems, including dissolution, high conflict custody and parenting time cases, spousal support, and post-judgment matters and modifications. As an associate attorney, she works with her clients to determine their needs and goals and guides them to towards reaching optimal resolutions.
Caroline has focused her entire legal career on developing her family law practice. She has worked in a solo family law practice providing legal assistance, and she has worked as a law clerk and as an associate attorney at one of the Northwest’s largest family law firms. During law school, Caroline also worked as an extern for the Honorable Katherine Tennyson, formally the Chief Probate Judge of Multnomah County, and learned valuable court skills. Caroline received a Juris Doctorate from Lewis and Clark Law School where she graduated a semester early. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Willamette University in 2016 and gradated as a member of Phi Beta Kappa and with multiple honors and awards from the Economics department.
As a native Oregonian, Caroline enjoys hiking and climbing some of our beautiful PNW mountains like Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams. She also loves animals and enjoys taking her German Shepherd (Cooper) on long walks.