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Some Cases Demand A Different Kind Of Lawyer

Sharon M. Easley is uniquely qualified to tackle highly contested family law disputes and personal injury cases in Collin County and throughout North Dallas.

You Can Be Confident Your Rights Are Protected

If you face difficult decisions regarding family law, personal injury or foreclosure issues, the lawyer you choose to represent you will be among the most important decisions you make. If you are unable to resolve these issues and litigation seems imminent, you need a lawyer who will advocate aggressively on your behalf.

Plano attorney Sharon M. Easley is an accomplished litigator who is able to resolve highly contested family law disputes and personal injury cases for clients throughout North Dallas, oftentimes without the need to go to trial. When litigation is necessary, Sharon’s meticulous preparation and thorough knowledge of Texas law assure her clients that their case will be assertively and intelligently presented.


The Experience You Need When Times Get Tough

Sharon began practicing law in 1988 and has focused on family law since 1998. Her familiarity with the family court judges across North Dallas — their preferences for how cases are presented, how they ruled in past cases and more — pays dividends when she appears in their courtroom.

Sharon thinks several steps ahead and pulls no punches when it comes to securing the best possible outcome for her clients. She has turned seemingly dire situations into winning cases. If she is leading your cause, you can be confident your lawyer will not be outmatched. When the stakes are this high, you need Sharon in your corner.


Call us at 972-758-9999 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation. We will answer your questions and provide a candid assessment of what you can expect.


Sharon M. Easley

Sharon M. Easley


Sharon M. Easley is an experienced family law attorney who is highly regarded throughout North Dallas for her accomplishments in high-conflict divorces. She has practiced law since 1988, and has focused almost exclusively on family law since 1998. Her meticulous preparation and thorough understanding of what does and doesn’t work when a case goes to trial allow her to negotiate resolutions from a position of strength. In that sense, Sharon’s courtroom skills often help her resolve cases without going to trial.

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