Kesha attended New York Law School and graduated in 2009. After law school she served in the United States Air Force as a JAG officer. Military service taught leadership skills, the importance of collaboration, and the need to be flexible.

Transactional work and consulting for small businesses is Kesha’s specialty. Serving on the board of three non-profits led to an interest in non-profit governance after seeing firsthand how dysfunctional a board can be. Whether it is deciding if a non-profit is a good fit or getting your non-profit back on track, Kesha can help.

Landlord Tenant or “Unlawful Detainer lawsuits” as they are called is another area where Kesha can offer expertise. She has over seven years of experience doing evictions and can explain the process from start to finish so landlords and tenants know what to expect.

Small businesses that need to form an LLC or register an LLC in a foreign jurisdiction can count on Kesha to work expediently to get important start-up tasks done quickly. She is familiar with how the Secretary of State’s office handles requests, processing times, and how nearby jurisdictions work. Operating agreements, EINs, and scheduling and holding initial board meetings are areas that Kesha can help entrepreneurs with as well.

When Kesha isn’t helping clients, she enjoys spending time with her son and volunteering for his school. She also serves as the President of the Dunbar Historic Neighborhood Association. Tennis and golf are two of her favorite ways to pass the time and get outdoors. She is also a phenomenal baker which she believes is genetic, thanks to her grandmother Giuseppina.


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Landlord Tenant

Need help removing a tenant? We handle evictions. We also advise tenants on their rights.



Turned down for a job because of your criminal record? Need to get a felony or misdemeanor off your record? A petition to seal is a document filed with the court asking the judge to hide your criminal record.



We help draft bylaws, policies and procedures.