LOVELAND LAW OFFICE   417 451-0042 - Patricia Brock Loveland, Attorney at Law
About Us/Bios
Loveland Law Office is based on the belief that our clients' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and respect.
Attorney Bio:
Patricia Brock Loveland:  Born in Neosho, Missouri, 1960; admitted to the Missouri Bar, 1996.  Education: University of Miami, FL 1979-1981; University of Tulsa 1981-1984 (B.A. Political Science); University of Tulsa College of  Law (Juris Doctorate 1995); Member of The Missouri Bar Association; Formerly the Municipal Judge for the City of Neosho; Formerly with the Newton County Prosecuting Attorney's Office; Formerly with the Division of Child Support Enforcement; Member of the Missouri Municipal and Associate Circuit Judges Association; Member of the American Judges Association; Graduate of the National District Attorneys Association National Advocacy Center; Former Law Clerk for the Older American's Law Project, Founder of the Better Choices Program in association with Timothy W. Perigo, Presiding Judge of the 40th Judicial Circuit; Former Oil and Gas Attorney for Lanny Butner and Associates, Wichita, Kansas.  
Legal Assistants:
Lauri B. Selby:  Lifelong resident of the Neosho area. Lauri has over 30 years of paralegal experience.  Lauri began her paralegal career in 1984 at the Neosho firm of Douglas, Douglas and Johnson.  
Jodi M. Hutchens:  Resident of the Neosho area for 15 years.  Jodie has 4 years of paralegal experience and is a graduate of the Missouri Southern State University Paralegal Studies Program (2013).
On the Southwest corner of Neosho Blvd and Harmony Street
214 S. Neosho Blvd.
Suite C
Neosho, Missouri 64850
Shelter Insurance Office Park (beside Dollar General)
(417) 451-0042 - office
(417) 451-0354 - fax
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