Doug earned his law degree from Syracuse University, in 2002. At Syracuse, he graduated summa cum laude (1st in his class) and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Syracuse Law Review. Doug began his legal career as a litigator with two large Midwest law firms, where he practiced commercial litigation. In 2005, Doug started his own law practice, focused primarily on small business, divorce, family law and other business and personal legal services.
In 2009, Doug began developing his mediation practice: Providence Mediation. As a mediator, Doug strives to help couples avoid the stress and expense that the traditional divorce process entails.
Doug resides in Fishers, Hamilton County, Indiana, a north suburb of Indianapolis. He has been married to his wife, Mikki, for over thirteen years. He has two sons, Ben and Danny. Doug is an active member of Heartland Church, in Fishers, where he helps lead the small group program. Doug is also an avid woodworker.