During college, I was fortunate to spend a semester studying abroad in Costa Rica where I worked on a coffee farm. I learned there that hard work, determination, and perseverance are what's needed to build a great business. My experience on the coffee farm taught me that anyone can make a difference just by doing the small things. A small business owner, an up-and-coming real estate investor, or someone who is nearing retirement can still make a huge impact on the world if you surround yourself with the proper people. This lesson has followed me into my legal practice and is the reason that I work so hard alongside my clients.
I received my undergrad degree from Emmanuel College in Northeastern Georgia. After college, I began studying a specific business entity “the benefit corporation.” My studies brought me to Virginia Beach, to learn more about the benefit corporation and making a social impact through business at Regent University’s School of Law.
Now, at Alperin Law, I work hard alongside clients to ensure their life’s work is legally protected. I focus on estate planning, elder law, real estate (commercial and residential), and business planning.
In my personal time, I love cooking, gardening, and spending time with my wife, Brooke. Together we enjoy raising our beautiful 15-month-old daughter, Amelia. She has brought so much excitement to our lives, watching her grow, learn and play. I am an avid soccer player and oftentimes during the summer, you can catch me at the Oceanfront playing sand soccer.