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Admitted: Missouri – June, 2001; Texas – November 1996
Law School: University of Texas, J.D., 1996
College: University of Colorado, B.A. Psychology; 1990
Member: Clay County Bar Association; Missouri Bar Association; State Bar of Texas; Kearney Rotary Club
Military Service: United States Air Force, 1979-1982
Born: Nürnberg, Germany – 1960
At the Law Office of Shelley L. Bishop, we listen carefully to our clients to determine their unique circumstances and are dedicated to helping our clients navigate the often difficult and emotionally draining periods created by divorce; child custody disputes; domestic violence; child support disputes; guardianships and/or conservatorships.
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