Since 2010, I have been focused on closing the justice gap. As a student in law school, I started a legal document preparation business aimed at clients who could not afford a lawyer. I also volunteered with the Inland Empire Latino Lawyers Association and Inland Counties Legal Services, helping people with small claims, family law issues and fighting evictions. I gained valuable legal experience by working at local law firms and upon obtaining my  license I opened my own firm.

Upon graduating high school, I joined the United States Marine Corps. I was seeking a physical and mental challenge that could never be replicated anywhere else and for a courage under fire opportunity to become a warrior. I chose the Infantry and was trained as a Machine-Gunner, stationed with 1st Marine Division, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, Weapons Co., Twenty Nine Palms, CA.


Being a Marine gave me great insight into what is truly important and about and the sacrifices we make for our loved ones. I was eventually deployed to combat in Operation Iraqi Freedom and witnessed the tremendous sacrifice made by my fellow Marines. After being severely wounded in combat, the warrior in me took me on a different challenge.

I attended Cal State San Bernardino where I earned a B.A in Anthropology and minor in Bio Pre-Med. I  earned a merit scholarship to the University of La Verne College of Law, graduated in 2012.

Today, my practice solves common legal issues that affect most people. For the best results, I combine the warrior ethos with technology, efficiency and experience to maximize my multi-disciplinary practice.

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