With this handy tool at the ready, Sarah ventured to Cleveland where she survived three years of driving in snow and ice to attend her great-grandfather’s alma mater, Case Western Reserve University School of Law. During her second year, she took her first tax law course and found her calling. Upon graduation, Sarah returned to her home state of Texas and received an advanced law degree in taxation. She spent the next few years teaching accounting, tax, and business ethics at UT-Arlington, working for a regional CPA firm, and lending her expertise to Legal Aid of Northwest Texas. In 2008, Sarah decided it was time to move back to North Carolina so she could will her Carolina Hurricanes to another Stanley Cup victory. In that time, she acted as a general counsel for a multi-state technical consulting business, helping to triple revenues in 2 years while also managing risk and ensuring full compliance with various state and federal laws.
Now, Sarah lends her voice to many more clients, assisting small businesses, families, and individuals with disputes concerning their taxes, health care coverage, or other benefits. She enjoys the opportunity to help her clients understand all the intricacies of the law so they can feel more empowered through the process and have confidence that their concerns will be addressed. In her spare time, Sarah can be found letting her two large dogs, Daphne and Lilah, walk her around the neighborhood.
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A.
- Case Western Reserve University School of Law,
- Southern Methodist University School of Law
- Wake County Bar Association
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Texas Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Cary Chamber of Commerce
- Texas Bar License, Active, 2005
- North Carolina Bar License, Active, 2009