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Loughmiller , Puhl & Nygaard , LLC

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Loughmiller , Puhl & Nygaard , LLC

201 W Virginia St

Mc Kinney, Texas, 75069

United States

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The law firm of Loughmiller & Puhl, located in McKinney, Texas, serves clients throughout North Texas, including Dallas, Collin, Grayson, and Denton counties, as well as surrounding counties. We focus our practice on: . Family Law & Divorce . Personal Injury...more

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Attorney Amy Nisbet, Loughmiller, Puhl & Nygaard, McKinney, Texas

Amy J. NisbetAttorney Amy Nisbet, Loughmiller, Puhl & Nygaard, McKinney, TexasAmy Nisbet worked as a behavioral therapist and trained in cognitive and psychological testing, as well as clinical neuropsychology, before deciding on a career in law.She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin in 1993 and her J.D. from Southern Methodist School of Law in 2001. While at SMU, Ms. Nisbet was Articles Editor of the Computer Law Review and Technology Journal, an official publication of the Computer and Technology Section of the State Bar of Texas.She was active in the SMU School of Law Domestic Violence Clinic and served as the Clinic's Chief Counsel. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Family Law sections of the Dallas and Collin County Bar Associations, The Collin County Young Lawyer Association and the Family Law section of the State Bar of Texas.She co-authored an article on discovery procedures and objections, "Teaching Old Dogs Old Tricks," for the 2002 Advanced Family Law course.She co-authored "Practical Tips and Recent Developments Using Mental Health Records in Dissolution of Marriage and Child Custody Proceedings" for the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.She also co-authored "Practical Guidelines for the Hearsay Rule of Evidence: An Overview and Commentary" for the South Carolina State Bar Annual Meeting and "Family Law Update: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You" for the General Practice Institute of Baylor University School of Law. Ms. Nisbet was born November 26, 1969 in Skokie, Illinois.She is a Greenhill school graduate of the class of 1988.She and her husband live in Dallas.


Attorney Amy Nisbet, Loughmiller, Puhl & Nygaard, McKinney, Texas

Amy J. Nisbet Amy Nisbet worked as a behavioral therapist and trained in cognitive and psychological testing, as well as clinical neuropsychology, before deciding on a career in law.She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin in 1993 and her J.D. from Southern Methodist School of Law in 2001. While at SMU, Ms. Nisbet was Articles Editor of the Computer Law Review and Technology Journal, an official publication of the Computer and Technology Section of the State Bar of Texas.She was active in the SMU School of Law Domestic Violence Clinic and served as the Clinic's Chief Counsel. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Family Law sections of the Dallas and Collin County Bar Associations, The Collin County Young Lawyer Association and the Family Law section of the State Bar of Texas.She co-authored an article on discovery procedures and objections, "Teaching Old Dogs Old Tricks," for the 2002 Advanced Family Law course.She co-authored "Practical Tips and Recent Developments Using Mental Health Records in Dissolution of Marriage and Child Custody Proceedings" for the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.She also co-authored "Practical Guidelines for the Hearsay Rule of Evidence: An Overview and Commentary" for the South Carolina State Bar Annual Meeting and "Family Law Update: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You" for the General Practice Institute of Baylor University School of Law. Ms. Nisbet was born November 26, 1969 in Skokie, Illinois.She is a Greenhill school graduate of the class of 1988.She and her husband live in Dallas.


Attorney Amy Nisbet, Loughmiller, Puhl & Nygaard, McKinney, Texas

Amy J. Nisbet Amy J. Nisbet Amy Nisbet worked as a behavioral therapist and trained in cognitive and psychological testing, as well as clinical neuropsychology, before deciding on a career in law.She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin in 1993 and her J.D. from Southern Methodist School of Law in 2001. While at SMU, Ms. Nisbet was Articles Editor of the Computer Law Review and Technology Journal, an official publication of the Computer and Technology Section of the State Bar of Texas.She was active in the SMU School of Law Domestic Violence Clinic and served as the Clinic's Chief Counsel. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Family Law sections of the Dallas and Collin County Bar Associations, The Collin County Young Lawyer Association and the Family Law section of the State Bar of Texas.She co-authored an article on discovery procedures and objections, "Teaching Old Dogs Old Tricks," for the 2002 Advanced Family Law course.She co-authored "Practical Tips and Recent Developments Using Mental Health Records in Dissolution of Marriage and Child Custody Proceedings" for the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.She also co-authored "Practical Guidelines for the Hearsay Rule of Evidence: An Overview and Commentary" for the South Carolina State Bar Annual Meeting and "Family Law Update: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You" for the General Practice Institute of Baylor University School of Law. Ms. Nisbet was born November 26, 1969 in Skokie, Illinois.She is a Greenhill school graduate of the class of 1988.She and her husband live in Dallas.


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