Sean was born on Andrews AFB in Maryland, and spent his early childhood years growing up in the suburbs around Washington D.C. When he was eight years-old, his father was transferred to Wright Patterson AFB, he moved with his family to the Dayton area. Sean would later graduate from Oakwood High School and attended Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio, majoring in communications.
After graduating college, Sean would go on to live and work in Monroe, Louisiana; Austin, Texas; and Los Angeles, California. In 2009, he returned to the Dayton area to be closer to family and to attend the University of Dayton School of Law.
Out of law school, Sean first worked at the Montgomery County Public Defender’s Office. and In 2013, started a general practice law firm, he also served as a Guardian-ad-Litem in Montgomery County Juvenile Court. Wanting to help the elderly, military veterans, and those with special needs, he joined an elder law firm in 2016. In 2018, Sean formed his own elder law practice, which allows him to continue his mission to serve those in need.
Sean returned to the Oakwood area where he now resides with his wife, Silvia and their children, Alexis and Maxwell. When he is not working, he enjoys traveling and spending tine with his wife, children, and his parents. On rare occasions when he has the extra time, he sometimes makes valid attempts (albeit often unsuccessful) to play golf.
It is my goal to stay in close contact with every client and keep him or her informed about his or her case. Thus, it is my objective to return phone calls and emails as quickly as possible. Many clients have limited mobility issues, and I will often see them in their homes or in a nursing home. With that in mind, I would ask that you schedule an appointment rather than just stopping by the office.