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I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and knew from an early age that I wanted to make a difference in the lives of my fellow Oklahomans. This simple desire to help others led me down a rather unique career path — one that allows me to serve my country while also guiding military personnel and civilians through their various legal issues.

At first, I decided to focus my career purely on the needs of my fellow service members. After all, who better to handle their cases than someone who personally understands the military lifestyle and knows all about military rights and benefits? As a result, I quickly came to be known in legal circles as “the military law guy.”

All Clients Welcome

I am proud to wear the title of “the military law guy,” and I’m of course happy to represent other service members when legal issues come knocking. Still, I sometimes worry that the title prevents others from reaching out when they need help handling their legal concerns. So please allow me to set the record straight. My services are not limited to any one group of people. I will gladly work with anyone in need of legal representation. And if for any reason I am not the right attorney to handle your case, I will refer you to another trusted legal professional.

The majority of my clients are referred to me by people who trust in my legal and military expertise.


Turning the Practice Into a Community

Over time, I have set my sights higher and higher as I’ve seen new opportunities to help my clients. In my early years of practice, for instance, I worked on expanding my scope of services to accommodate the needs of veterans, civilian families, the elder community, local entrepreneurs, and those who had been injured in accidents.

Now, we're working to grow our firm’s services, as well as our professional network. Our goal in taking these steps is to make it so that one day, when someone calls us needing legal guidance anywhere in the U.S., we will be able to direct them to the local resources they need.

Reach Out Today

No matter who you are, where you’re from, or what line of work you’re in, please don’t hesitate to call Military Law Group for legal counsel. I am prepared to answer questions and direct you to useful resources, as well as negotiate, mediate, or litigate on your behalf.

Bar Admissions

  • All Oklahoma District Courts
  • U.S. Northern District of Oklahoma
  • U.S. Western District of Oklahoma
  • United States Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
  • Veteran's Administration

Education

  • Bachelor of Science - Oklahoma City University, 2000
    • Majors: Criminal Justice, Political Science, and Sociology
  • Juris Doctor - University of Tulsa, 2003