About Mary Lou Martin

Some lawyers choose their profession because they like to argue, or because they want to make a lot of money. Many of them know from an early age that they want to pursue a career in the law, and so they enter law school straight out of college.

That wasn't how it happened for me.

At age 19, I worked as a dental hygienist. After earning a bachelor's degree in education, I taught dental hygiene at Missouri Southern State University. I went on to earn a master's degree in education and worked as a health care coordinator at a Head Start program.

At Head Start, I developed a passion for helping children and families. I decided to become a lawyer in order to help families improve their lives and prepare for the future.

Immigration, Estate Planning And Elder Law

I have had my own law practice for more than 25 years, and I continue to be driven by a desire to help families. When you are my client, I treat you with respect and compassion, and I work hard to resolve your legal issues.

At the Law Office of Mary Lou Martin, P.C., in Springfield, Missouri, I help individuals and families with a variety of matters in immigration law, estate planning and elder law, including:

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An Experienced Guide Through The Legal System

When you are facing immigration issues, it's important to have the help of a professional who can guide you through the often confusing legal system and advocate for you, even when you feel frustrated or intimidated.

When you are thinking about how to provide a legacy and take care of your loved ones, it's important to have the help of an attorney who understands how to craft wills, trusts and other documents that will fulfill your wishes and hold up long into the future. And when someone in your family needs help with guardianship, conservatorship or other elder law issues, it's important that your lawyer cares about what you are going through and wants to help you get it right.

For help with estate planning, elder law or immigration, call the Law Office of Mary Lou Martin, P.C., today at 417-413-5066. You can also contact the firm through email.