Carolina focuses her practice on Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income, debt settlement, and bankruptcy.
Carolina is passionate about representing her clients in front of the Social Security Administration. She understands how frustrating the waiting process can be working with Social Security and how that wait causes economic hardship for families. Carolina services her clients with care and compassion, trying to understand their individual disabilities and circumstances.
Carolina is a frequent speaker for The Missouri Bar, teaching other attorneys about Social Security disability law and practice. She has won numerous state and national awards for her disability work.
Carolina has been practicing bankruptcy law throughout her career and has represented debtors throughout the state. When an individual is being sued but needs to steer clear of filing bankruptcy, Carolina is effective at negotiating the debt. She has established good relationships with creditor attorneys throughout the area and can often lower principal and interest rates, and work out affordable payment plans for her clients.
Carolina lives in St. Charles County. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, and her bachelor's degree from Truman State University. Carolina is licensed in Missouri, and in the federal courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Missouri. Carolina can practice nation-wide in front of the Social Security Administration.
Carolina is a member of the American Bar Association, The Missouri Bar, The St. Charles County Bar Association, The J. Reuben Clark Law Society, The Hispanic Bar Association of St. Louis, and the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives.
Carolina's interests include listening to audiobooks, exploring nature, going to movies, live theatre, and hanging out with her family. She travels whenever she can and loves learning about different cultures.