When it comes to top-quality legal representation for family law matters, Laurel works tirelessly to provide detailed, highly customized legal solutions that address the unique needs of her clients. She provides services for divorce, annulment, child custody, child support, parenting time, spousal support, prenuptial agreement, adoptions, guardianship, property division, post-divorce financial planning, guardian ad litem, and more.
Laurel grew up in Salina, Kansas, and attended Central High School. She graduated with distinction and university and departmental honors from the University of Kansas in 2015, earning a bachelor’s degree in English. She then pursued her law degree from the University of Kansas School of Law, receiving her JD in 2018. She joined Kennedy Berkley as an Associate Attorney in August of 2018.
While in law school, Laurel was a member of the Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy, serving as staff editor and articles editor. She also clerked for the Kennedy Berkley; interned with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Washington, D.C.; participated in the Legal Aid Clinic, moot court, and mock trial; and served as a Wheat Law Library research assistant. Laurel also serves on the State of Kansas Indigents Defense Services Board.
University of Kansas BS
University of Kansas, JD
United States District Court
Laurel’s practice areas include family law and general civil practice. She knows that family cases are especially challenging and aims to provide compassionate support coupled with extensive legal knowledge to help her clients achieve the best possible outcome.
From divorce to child custody — and everything in between — family law matters are difficult to face and can be emotionally draining. We can work with you to ensure that the process goes smoothly, no matter how simple or complex your circumstances are. We can help with divorce, annulment, custody, child support, parenting time, spousal support, prenuptial agreements, guardianship, property division, adoptions, guardian ad litem, and more.