“Estate Planning to me is about the life you have created and protecting and cherishing it. I love learning about my clients and their families and creating a plan that will give them peace of mind.”


Nadia’s experience in the legal field has shown her the most important thing is serving her clients.

Nadia has worked in the legal field since a young age. Her desire to pursue the legal profession was reinforced during her first legal class, business law. She realized then that life and law are intertwined.

Nadia’s passion first led her to attend a paralegal program, then to an internship in Seattle, WA for a family law firm, then to work as a Legal Assistant at a Disability Law Firm, and finally to law school.

Nadia attended the award-winning Seattle University School of Law. Along the way, she has been guided by many attorneys and professors that have taught her invaluable lessons. She held a summer externship with Chief Bankruptcy Judge Paul Snyder and Justice Brian Lynch at the United States Bankruptcy Court in Tacoma, WA. Her last year of law school, Nadia moved from rainy Seattle to sunny Arizona and finished her schooling at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU. Both in Arizona and Washington, Nadia focused her coursework on Tax Law and Business Law, with an emphasis in Estate Planning.

Since graduating in 2012, Nadia has worked for several reputable estate planning firms in the Valley. She is a current member of the Central Arizona Estate Planning Council and a member of the Arizona State Bar Tax Section.

Nadia currently lives in Tempe, AZ with her husband. Her hobbies include road biking, hiking, and traveling.