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After law school, Michelle worked as an associate attorney in a local law office where she handled a variety of cases, including family law, civil law, wills and probate, and real estate law. In 2005, Michelle opened her own law office where she handles a variety of cases. In 2017, Michelle received her Board Certification from the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Family Law.
In addition to her private law practice, Michelle also serves as the city attorney to the City of Rockdale.
Michelle joined the Law Office of Joshua P. Murray in an Of Counsel capacity in 2022.
Michelle believes every client's matter is important and every client deserves respect. Michelle understands that family law matters involve a highly emotional time and it is important to have an attorney on your side who loves what she does.
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310 E New Hope Drive Cedar Park, TX 78613
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