Regina is an alumna of Georgetown University’s SFS and George Washington University Law School, who has been helping families in the DC Area the past 20 years with family law issues.  Since 2007, she has served as an ADR facilitator for both DC Superior Court and Montgomery County Circuit Court.  She has also practiced Collaborative Divorce for over a decade, and was formerly the President of Collaborative Divorce Association in Maryland.  For two years, she hosted a tv show on MMCTV to help families tackle major issues.  In 2012, she was a legal commentator for Sirius XM, and in July 2013 she appeared on Good Morning America.  She has been featured in the Washington Post, as well as Bethesda Magazine, and is frequently quoted in the media as an expert in family law, who promotes ADR in order to preserve as much family wealth and goodwill as possible.


Regina was one of the first recipients of an academic scholarship from Oliver Scholars in NYC.  As an Oliver Scholar, she was able to attend Phillips Academy Andover, in Massachussetts which was founded in 1778 and is the oldest incorporated boarding school in the U.S.  Upon graduation from this boarding school, Regina moved to the DC Area to attend Georgetown University’s SFS and later GWU Law School.

  • Child Advocacy Training completed in MD 2011
  • Mediation and Collaborative Divorce training completed 2006
  • GWU Law School, JD 1998
  • Georgetown University SFS, B.S. 1994
  • Phillips Academy Andover, H.S. 1990