|OK||Authorized to practice law||1989||01/21/2010|
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1988||02/26/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|American Business Woman of the Year||American Business Woman's Association||2000|
|Meritorious Service Award||City of Plano Civil Service Commission||1999|
|Hero of Hope||Child Advocacy Center of Collin County||1998|
|American Jurisprudence Award for Criminal Procedure||University of Oklahoma School of Law||1986|
|Associate Professor||Collin College||2015 - Present|
|Attorney/Mediator||Dispute Mediation Specialists||2012 - Present|
|Attorney/Mediator||Law Office of Sharon M. Easley||2012 - Present|
|Shareholder||Easley & Marquis, PLLC||1997 - 2012|
|Solo Practicioneer||Law Offices of Sharon M. Easley||1992 - 1997|
|Associate Attorney||John McFall & Associates||1991 - 1992|
|Associate Attorney||Johnston & Budner||1989 - 1991|
|Associate Attorney||Moore & Peterson||1988 - 1989|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Collin County Bar Association||Past President||2009 - Present|
|Collin County Bench Bar Foundation||Life Fellow||1994 - Present|
|Plano Chamber of Commerce||Member||1992 - Present|
|Collin County Bar Association||Member||1992 - Present|
|Plano Bar Association||Member||1992 - Present|
|Collin County Bar Association||President||2008 - 2009|
|Collin County Bar Association||President-Elect||2007 - 2008|
|Collin County Bar Association||Secretary||2006 - 2007|
|The Turning Point Rape Crisis Center||Board Member and Fundraising Chair||2006 - 2009|
|Plano Chamber of Commerce||Director, Women's Division||2005 - 2006|
|Collin County Bar Association||Director||2005 - 2006|
|Plano Chamber of Commerce||Board Member, Women's Division||2000 - 2006|
|Collin County Bench Bar Foundation||Founder||1994 - 1994|
|In the Interest of AG and AG, minor children||Dad awarded custody|
|In the Interest of PDK||Dad awarded custody without geographic restriction|
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|Oklahoma Law Review||Preferential Transfers in Bankruptcy||1989|
|Oklahoma Law Review||Meritor Savings Bank||1986|
|University of Oklahoma School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|
|University of Washington -Seattle||Business Administration||Bachelor of Science in Business Administration||1985|
|Collin County Bench Bar Conference||2010 Civil Case Update||2011|
Posted by Tom
I just read the review that was posted a few days ago in which the purported former client rated Ms. Easley as poor and said that she is unreliable and unethical. Because of my own very different view of Ms. Easley's competency as an attorney, I want to share my experience here so those looking for a lawyer who will fight very persistently for them, particularly in connection with their children, will seek her out. Ms. Easley has represented me in numerous matters for over 20 years. In each case, not all of which were family related matters, Sharon fought doggedly and effectively to achieve the best possible result for my situation. Her fees were reasonable, in fact, far less than fees charged by other lawyers who have represented me in similar situations. She was also very available to discuss her charges and thoroughly explain the need for the particular service in my case. Because of my high regard for her in business matters, I retained her to represent me in my own divorce, which she did very effectively. Most recently, I hired her on behalf of my son in a custody dispute over his then 3 year old daughter. The case lingered for 4 years. Throughout that time, she continually advised my son as to what he needed to do to have the best chance of being awarded custody of his daughter. She stood by him when he was falsely accused of being physically abusive toward the mother. She guided him through the investigation when the mother falsely accused him of molesting his daughter. Eventually, she was able to prove that the mother's boyfriend--not my son--was the guilty party. But for her perseverance and competent representation, my son would not have custody of his daughter today. Those of us who watched her in the courtroom and listened to her as she comforted my son had a hard time reconciling both sides of her style. In the courtroom, she is tough, effective, direct, and a bulldog. When she was out of the courtroom and helping my son deal with his emotions, she was soft, comforting, encouraging and supportive. I can't imagine an attorney doing a better job for her client than she did for my son and than she has done for me throughout the years. I recommend Ms. Easley strongly to anyone who wants an attorney who will fight very hard to achieve the client's goal and, in family law matters, do so with the best interest of the child or children guiding her at every step.
Posted by anonymous
Sharon is an attorney who puts her client's best interests at heart especially when there are children involved. She is known as a bulldog but she definitely has that reputation because she wins and uses the right ways to win. Sharon does listen to what her clients have to say and want. There are rumors out there that she does things with wrongful intent but if you check out those "stories"/rumors you will see those are brought about by people who are on the losing side (not her side).
Sharon and her law firm are known for their integrity, honesty and family values. I would recommend her to anyone I know and in fact I have. My case is a very difficult one and not one that is common. Again my children have been her main interest and then my well being. The children are innocent parties here whereas I as an adult can look out for myself better than my children can. This is where Easley and Marquis and their professionalism and concern come into play and far outweigh their competitors. You can't go wrong with Easley & Marquis.
Posted by RON
Sharon Easley represented me and my company in a business deal.
The other side did not even have a chance. Sharon is a bulldog that
doesn't give up the fight for what's right for her clients.
Her steadfast knowledge of courtroom proceedings and protocol was very comforting.
She is the heavyweight attorney you always wanted to walk into court with.