Growing up between the cracks of two cultures, Tiffanie learned to dissect problems from multiple perspectives in order to find creative solutions. After practicing “big law” for several years, she decided to pursue a career in family law out of a desire to work closely with individuals during difficult times in their lives, and to apply emotionally sensitive solutions to the legal and financial problems that arise in custody and divorce cases.
Before moving to family law, Tiffanie practiced law at two AmLaw 50 firms where she advised U.S.-registered investment companies and their advisers on regulatory and compliance issues and focused on private fund-related work, including the structuring and offering of hedge funds, funds-of-funds, and other alternative investment products. Tiffanie has also served as advisory counsel to the ethics tribunal of a professional body for personal financial planners.
Thanks to a decade of experience living and traveling in Asia, Tiffanie is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese. She maintains a love of cultural preservation and art history. Tiffanie previously completed coursework in East Asian Art, Chinese Contemporary and Modern Art, and Renaissance to Modern Art and served as a Legal Fellow for the Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation. She is currently working on obtaining her black belt in Judo and has previously traveled to Tokyo for a winter training camp.