Maggie was raised in Oxford, Michigan and has recently returned to Oxford where she resides with her two dogs. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Oakland University and her Juris Doctorate from Wayne State University Law School. While attending law school, Maggie served as a summer intern for the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office in the Appellate Division, a student attorney for the Immigration and Asylum Clinic, a law clerk for a criminal defense firm, and an extern for the Conviction Integrity Unit in the Michigan Attorneys’ General Office.
Since graduating from Wayne State University Law School in 2020, Maggie has been in the family law practice and has completed training in Collaborative Law as well as training in criminal defense. Maggie uses her experience and training to primarily represent clients going through divorce, custody and parenting time disputes, post-judgment conflicts, and much more. Maggie also represents criminal defendants in both misdemeanor and felony cases throughout the tri-county area.
In her free time, Maggie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, working out, and walking her dogs.
Education and Memberships
- Graduate of Oakland University, BA
- Graduate of Wayne State University Law School, JD
- Member of Collaborative Practice Institute of Michigan
- Member of the Oakland County Bar Association Family Law Section and New Lawyer’s Section