Facing a divorce or family law matter is never easy. Feeling overwhelmed by not knowing what comes next can be a scary situation. Having an attorney on your side that will help guide you through the process and understands what you are going through can provide some peace of mind along the way. Allyson Ralls is a compassionate Junior Associate Attorney in our Lee’s Summit, MO office. She can assist clients throughout Jackson County, Missouri and nearby with their family law needs.
Allyson attended the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law. Here she earned her Juris Doctorate while making the Dean’s List all semesters. She was also a member of the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society and a recipient of the Mark A. Dover Endowed Scholarship. Before earning her J.D., Allyson attended Missouri State University in Springfield, MO. Here she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Sociology, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She also received the Provost Scholarship and made the Dean’s List all semesters. Allyson also showed leadership skills as a Resident Assistant while in undergraduate school. She is currently licensed and ready to assist individuals in the state of Missouri.
Before joining the Lee’s Summit, Missouri divorce lawyers at Stange Law Firm, PC, Allyson spent time as a Law Clerk for a firm that focused their practice on appellate litigation. In this role she was tasked with researching legal questions and subjects, reviewing and editing appellate briefs, and compiling, organizing and summarizing court transcripts, legal files and exhibits. She also gained experience with preparing attorneys for appellate oral arguments as an Appellate Law Clerk for the US Attorney’s Office.
Outside of her legal practice, Allyson is an big sports fan and supports all things Kansas City including the Chiefs, Royals, Sporting KC, and the Current. She is also an avid reader and book worm thanks to her dad, who worked as a library media specialist when she was growing up. Allyson enjoys buying new books and one day hopes to have her own at-home library.
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