Sarah is a lifelong resident of Cincinnati and proud alum of William Mason High School. Her love for the city of Cincinnati has made her dedicated to helping and improving the community that gave her so much and has made her an insatiable Cincinnati sports fan. She left Cincinnati to attend The Ohio State University where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in 2008. As an undergraduate, she became a member of Phi Alpha Delta and the Ohio State Club Crew team.
In 2011, Sarah graduated law school from the University of Dayton. She participated in Phi Alpha Delta, the Volunteer Student Law Project and the Volunteer Income Tax Association during her time at UD. She received a CALI award in Cyberspace Law and received an award of Pro Bono Commitment to the Community. After graduation, she started as an intern with the Montgomery County Public Defender’s Office in their juvenile division. She was hired as an employee, representing juveniles on a variety of delinquency issues before going into private practice in 2012.
Since 2012, Sarah has worked for various firms in the Dayton area before returning to Cincinnati. Her practice areas include; divorce, custody, child support, abuse, dependency and neglect cases, adoptions, estate planning and probate, criminal defense and various civil litigation matters. She has represented local fire departments and assisted them with their union negotiations and contract litigation. Her practice has taken her to many juvenile, domestic relations and probate courts in counties all over the state including, Montgomery, Preble, Greene, Warren, Clinton and Hamilton counties. She believes in helping clients through some of the most difficult times in their lives whether it be divorce or loss of a loved one, each requires great attention and dedication. She is committed to taking out the stress of the process to create a positive legal experience.