Paige joined Steckler Wayne Cochran Cherry as an associate in 2021. Paige has a depth of experience representing high net worth individuals and their companies in transactional matters ranging from mergers & acquisitions and real estate development to estate planning and family limited partnerships.
Paige is an associate focusing her practice on corporate counsel and business transactions. She enjoys tackling each matter with a spirit of curiosity and a drive to achieve each company’s ongoing business concerns with a deliberate approach.
Paige joined Steckler Wayne Cochran Cherry as an associate in 2021. Paige has a depth of experience representing high net worth individuals and their companies in transactional matters ranging from entity formation and asset protection to estate planning and family limited partnerships.
In law school, Paige was the Executive Managing Editor of the Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal. In March 2018, she presented her comment entitled Exonerated but Still Confined: Slayer Rules Present Extra Obstacles to Criminally Exonerated Individuals at the Estate Planning CLE Conference at Texas Tech. She also received the Top Comment Award that year. During her third year of law school, she advocated for low-income taxpayers in the Tax Clinic and learned how to counsel clients and negotiate settlements with the IRS in all phases of tax controversy. Her interests in psychology, mental health, and art intersected when she served as a chair for the law school’s Student Wellness Advisory Committee, an organization aimed at providing mental health education, resources, and creative outlets to law students.