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Kendra Boyle | Associate

Kendra represents clients within the firm’s LegalShield network. She has experience handling a wide range of legal matters, including divorce and custody disputes, collections, real estate, probated estates, and civil litigation. Kendra also proudly serves as the Prosecuting Attorney for the city of Farmington.

After finishing high school in Northwest Arkansas, Kendra attended college at Louisiana State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Criminology with a minor in political science. She later returned to this area in order to obtain her law degree from the University of Arkansas. 

Kendra became active in public service at an early age, and she has continued to serve her community throughout her legal career. While attending law school, she worked at both the Washington County Public Defender’s office and Legal Aid of Arkansas. During that time, she received accolades for her pro bono work and was an active member of "Street Law", a club that taught local high school students about their legal rights. 

Today, Kendra continues to serve her community by volunteering throughout Northwest Arkansas and by using her position as a prosecuting attorney to fight for a safer community and a fair justice system. In her spare time, Kendra enjoys spending time with her husband and her three amazing children.

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Areas of Practice:

  • Divorce
  • Custody Disputes
  • Collections
  • Real Estate
  • Probate
  • Civil Litigation
 
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