Dylan Driskell handles divorce, custody, guardianship, and adoption cases for Ozarks Family Law, LLC. He represents clients in divorce and custody actions, and acts as Guardian ad Litem for children involved in family and probate cases. Dylan has represented clients on both sides of ex parte orders of protection, and routinely handles cases that involve combinations of multiple pending cases. Dylan currently represents families and their legal needs in Greene, Webster, and Christian County.
Dylan is native of Southwest, Missouri where he attended and graduated with honors from Logan-Rogersville High School in 2007. Throughout his high school days, Dylan was involved with his local community as a volunteer fire fighter and first responder with the Logan-Rogersville Fire Department. After high school, Dylan attended Drury University in Springfield, Missouri where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in the areas of Psychology and Criminology. While at Drury University, Dylan served as Parliamentarian as part of his duties with his fraternity, Kappa Alpha Order; which also included during philanthropic work with the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Dylan received his Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law in 2015, where he graduated with an Emphasis in Child and Family law. Dylan became a licensed attorney that same year after sitting for and passing the Missouri Bar Exam. While in law school, Dylan was involved in both the Family Law and the Guardian ad Litem clinics, which assisted families in the Kansas City Metropolitan area with legal representation.
After graduating law school, Dylan moved back to the Springfield Metropolitan area and began representing families in their legal matters throughout Greene, Christian, Webster, Polk, and Lawrence County. Dylan joined the law firm of Ozarks Family Law, LLC in January 2019, where he is proud to continue to represent families here in Southwest Missouri. With his legal education and legal experience focused solely on family law, please consider speaking with Dylan Driskell if you are seeking guidance on any issue relating to family law.
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