When it comes to caring for others, Nicole is making a difference every day at work, at home, and in her community. She takes great pride in her role as a paralegal and is always willing to go above and beyond. Nicole has a diverse mix of legal administration experience, including holistic estate planning, financial planning, and accounting. For over 20 years, her specialties also include trust and estate administration, probate litigation, trustee services, asset protection, long-term care planning, elder law, special needs planning, and business transition planning.
In her community, Nicole has served as a dedicated volunteer and advocate for addiction recovery and family grief support. After losing her only brother in 2011, Nicole channeled her own grief into a platform of assisting families to find resources in her local community. She has worked with various grassroots organizations such as Mi-Hope, Bryan's Hope, Families Against Narcotics, and later served as the Program Director for White Lake Community Coalition through the State of Michigan Alliances of Coalitions for Healthy Communities. Nicole has spoken publicly to thousands of people, offering her family's story, hope, education, and resources through impact speeches. One of her biggest accomplishments includes speaking at the U.S. Capitol building with Unite to Face Addiction – Annual Rally on the U.S. Capitol steps in 2018 to spread her family's story and message of hope.
Most importantly, Nicole is a proud mother of 3 children. Although most of her free time is spent cheering her children on at travel baseball games, Nicole still seeks out time for her personal passion of kayaking through local Michigan rivers and venturing around our beautiful state.
Oakland University - Business Administration and Psychology
Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE)
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