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Tonya has been a member of the Kentucky National Guard since 2001. For the first seven years she worked as a military police officer, including a deployment to Baghdad, Iraq where she was awarded several medals including a Purple Heart.
In 2008, she commissioned as a Signal Officer and spent the next seven years in service to the 149th Brigade as a platoon leader, executive officer, and company commander.
Tonya was a Judge Advocate, serving as trial counsel for the Kentucky National Guard, and is currently the Cyber Law Chief for the Kentucky National Guard.
Prior to joining the Shur Law team, Brian worked as an employment law attorney. He has four years of experience working as an attorney, including experience in drafting and negotiating agreements between parties. Brian is passionate about helping his clients with their legal needs throughout the family law process and believes that honest and open communication between parties is the best way to achieve a resolution of the case that benefits all parties
Marci actively practices in Ohio and is passionate about bringing resolution to complex family matters. She applies this passion by helping families navigate challenging life transitions and providing the necessary stability through sound legal guidance. In area of particular interest for Marci is adoption law.
Tiffany Wendt has been a paralegal for Shur Law for six years. Prior to joining the Shur Law team, she graduated from Ivy Tech Community College with an Associate of Science Degree in Paralegal Studies in 2013. She enjoys providing a small town touch to our big city practice.
Brittany Dryer has been a Paralegal for Shur Law for four months. She attended the University of Cincinnati for an Associate of Science Degree in Paralegal Studies. She enjoys helping people and doing the right thing.
Rachel Ely is a native of Corbin Ky. She graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2014 with a Major in Marketing and Minor in Political Science. She graduated from Chase College of Law in May 2019. In February of 2020, she sat for the Kentucky bar and is planning to take the Ohio Bar in July 2020.
Sarah Oberer is licensed to practice law in the state of Ohio. Sarah graduated with honors with a Master in Laws and Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.