I started working in geriatrics when I was 18 years old. I began as an activities coordinator at an assisted living facility and later received my certified nursing assistant license. These credentials landed me several jobs in hospitals and care communities while I attended college and law school. When deciding what area to practice after law school, elder law was the natural choice.
To me, elder law is all about family. It is everything you might do to prepare yourself and your family for a time when you are incapacitated or deceased. These are sensitive, personal decisions that need to be met with compassion and understanding. If illness or death has already occurred, I focus my efforts on protecting your assets and administering your estate as smoothly and quickly as possible. I find this work both intellectually and emotionally satisfying.
When I’m not at the office, I’m busy being “Mom.” With three little kids, life at the Kahl Residence is never boring. Some of our favorite activities include riding bikes, hosting backyard cookouts, and serving our church family. We work hard and we play hard. I have been blessed with many good things in my life, and my goal to help you take care of the good things in yours.
Utah State University – Associate Degree
Brigham Young University – Bachelors Degree
William & Mary Law School – Juris Doctorate
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Newport News Bar Association
York County Bar Association
Greater Peninsula Women’s Bar Association