Clients come to Brockway Law wanting reassurance that we hear their voice and that their intentions are honored; therefore, listening is an essential part of our practice. Because our practice is exclusively in trusts and estates, I understand it’s tough to think about what happens if you become unable to take care of yourself and the impact on loved ones after a person passes away. My focus is to provide stalwart advocacy while being sensitive and empathetic to my client’s circumstances.
Raised in Vallejo, I have deep roots in the Filipino-American community, from learning traditional dances at the behest of my grandmother for community events to rolling lumpia to sell at school fundraisers. I have a passion for helping families in the community I grew up in; to that end, Brockway Law has a satellite office in the Benicia-Vallejo area.
After receiving Bachelor of Art degrees in Rhetoric and Classics from the University of California, Berkeley, I graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. I gained lifelong respect for volunteerism when I served for two and a half years as a Peace Corps volunteer in a developing country.
I am a member of the Sonoma County Bar Association Trust sand Estates Section, the State Bar of California Trusts and Estates Section, and Sonoma County Women in Law.
Golden Gate University School of Law, San Francisco, California
Honors: Dean’s List
Honors: Award for Excellence in Writing and Research II
Bachelors of Arts in Rhetoric and Classics
University of California, Berkeley
Honors: Departmental High Honors, Classics Department