Shane obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Health Science from Indiana University Bloomington in 2005. He earned his Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2010.
After spending the first five years of his career practicing Marital and Family Law in Jacksonville, Florida, he relocated to Orlando. While in law school, Shane served as Vice-President of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association. During his time in Jacksonville, Shane was active in the local bar associations, having served as president of the Jacksonville Asian American Bar Association (JAABA) for two terms and was appointed co-chair of the Jacksonville Bar Association’s diversity committee just prior to relocating to Orlando. Shane is a member of the Florida Bar Family Law Section and the Orange County Bar Association.
Prior to attending law school, Shane worked for two years with families in crisis and advocating for abused and neglected children in Indianapolis, which led him to his desire to attend law school. During law school, Shane worked for a Jacksonville real estate law firm and spent one of his summers working for Children Legal Services, furthering his ability to advocate for children in need.
Shane’s interest in advocating for children expanded into committing himself to assisting people whose families are going through difficult transitions, which is almost always the situation in Marital and Family Law matters. Coming from a family of divorced parents, Shane personally understands the effects divorce can have on families.
Shane’s clients commend him for his calm demeanor, patience, compassion, and ability to move cases forward in a positive direction.