Alexia received her B.A. from Columbia University and her J.D. from Arizona State University. Her current practices are probate, mental health and elder law: Probate litigation, Fiduciary and Trustee Representation, Guardianships/Conservatorships, Decedent’s Estates and Trust Litigation, Elder Abuse, Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults, Advocacy for individuals with Developmental Disability and Seriously Mentally Ill Designations, and Matters Involving Court orders for Treatment/Involuntary Detention for Mental Health Treatment.
Alexia is admitted to the State Bar of Arizona and currently serves as the Chair of the Elder Law, Mental Health, and Special Needs Planning Section of the State Bar. Alexia formerly served as President for the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar and sat on the Arizona State Bar Board of Governors, and served as a liaison to the Probate and Trust Executive Board. She has had the opportunity to present on the challenges and strengths of women in the legal profession through the ABA’s GRIT Project. Additionally, Alexia regularly presents on mental health and probate law topics to outside organizations, within the State Bar and at Community Fairs. She is a member of the Arizona Fiduciaries Organization and the Maricopa County Bar Organization Probate and Trust Section. While in law school, Alexia was a member of the Youth Mentoring Board and the legal branch of Americorps. She received a Pro Bono Fellowship for her work at the Justice Project.
While originally from Wyoming, Alexia has made Arizona her home for nearly ten years now. She is active in her community, and is particularly passionate about volunteerism, Central Phoenix growth, the local arts scene, and developing resources for Arizona’s most disadvantaged families.