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Welcome to Loveland Law Office, LLC

Patricia Brock Loveland, Attorney

Whether you are seeking a lawyer for a one-time case or to assist you with a variety of matters over a period of years, you will be sharing details of your life and relying upon this person's expertise and advice. Since this person will be acting on your behalf, it is critical that you feel comfortable with your attorney and have confidence that he or she will hear your concerns in an atmosphere of mutual respect.

At​ Loveland Law Firm, mutual trust and respect are our guiding philosophy. Coupled with 22 years experience, choosing Loveland Law for your legal needs is a choice you can make with confidence.​

We represent clients in the following legal matters:

»Specializing in Family Law and Domestic Relations:

*Divorce *Custody *Child Support *Adoptions

*Juvenile Court Law *  

»Estate Planning and Probate:

*Wills *Trusts *Durable Powers of Attorney

*Guardianship *Conservatorship

»Corporate and Business Law:

*Formation of Corporations, LLC's, Partnership

Agreements *Commercial Transactions

»Trial and Appellate Practice

»Reclaiming Seized Property - Civil Forfeiture Law

If you have any questions, or if you would like to speak with Patricia regarding your legal matter, please do not hesitate to call at (417) 451-0042. If you prefer, you may complete the form on the Contact Us page of this website, and Ms. Loveland will be in touch with you shortly.

Call for a consultation:


Patricia Brock Loveland


Patricia Brock Loveland, Attorney at Law

214 South Neosho Blvd.

Suite C

Neosho, Missouri 64850

Photos: Top - Newton County Courthouse, built, 1877 Photo taken 1910

            Bottom - Newton County Courthouse, built 1936

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This web site is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.