Sheila M. Schultz has over 25 years experience as an attorney. She is dedicated to providing her clients with high quality representation. Martindale Hubbell lists high ethical standards with high marks in communication, responsiveness, quality of service and knowledge.
Most cases can be handled collaboratively and out of court. However, if it is necessary to protect the client's rights, she is more than prepared to resolve the conflict in a court of law. She has tried numerous cases in the area of divorce and property division, child custody, child support and other family law matters.
Born Pasadena, Texas, 1956; Admitted to bar, 1993, Missouri and Kansas; Marshall University, B.S. in Business Administration; Washburn University, J.D.; Member of Kansas Bar Association; Ms. Schultz is also a general practitioner and primarily practices in the areas of Divorce and Family Law, Municipal Law, Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Landlord and Tenant Law, Traffic and DUI defense.
Located just south of the town square across from the Miami County Courthouse on Pearl Street in Paola, Kansas. Paola is a community of 5,600 citizens and is located 20 miles south of Olathe on 169 Highway. Paola is the county seat of Miami County.
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