Ms. Holder was born and raised in Latvia. She obtained her law degree in Latvia, studying local and international law of the European Union. After relocating to the United States in 2003, Oksana earned her Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of Phoenix in 2008 and pursued her American law studies at the University of Arizona in 2013.
She has authored several articles addressing topics including Arizona’s child support system in the context of federal law, addressing complex issues of immigrant support, several environmental issues, and topics regarding the administrative tax appeal system in Arizona. Prior to becoming a practicing lawyer, Ms. Holder worked for several years as a full-time paralegal for law firms specializing in domestic relations issues which solidified her calling to family law practice and making a positive difference in people’s lives.
Ms. Holder immerses herself in every case, strategizing and preparing every aspect to obtain the best possible outcome for her clients, whether that is achieved through negotiation, mediation, or trial. Adamantly protective of the best interests of children, she thrives in seeing the difference her work can make in their lives. Her expertise also includes a variety of intricate financial issues including, but not limited to, pre-marital agreements, tracing/community waste, asset and real property valuation, business valuation, division of stock options, spousal maintenance, child support, and post-decree modification, enforcement and collection. Ms. Holder takes great care to discuss and establish realistic expectations with her clients while providing top notch personal care and responsiveness to their needs.
Outside of the office, Ms. Holder serves as a board member of the Maricopa County Bar Association, loves to travel worldwide, ski, play tennis, and collect art. She is fluent in Latvian, Russian, and English.