Ms. Broyles practices family and civil law. Her domestic practice includes divorce, child custody, child support, spousal maintenance, and paternity. Her civil practice is concentrated in civil litigation.

Ms. Broyles is admitted to practice before the Kansas Supreme Court, all other Kansas courts, and the United States District Court for the District of Kansas.

Ms. Broyles completed her undergraduate studies at Fort Hays State University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Ms. Broyles received her Juris Doctorate (Magna Cum Laude) from Washburn School of Law in 2021.

During law school, Ms. Broyles served as Junior Staff Writer and Senior Staff Writer on the Washburn Law Journal. She was also a member of Washburn Law Journal and Rural Practice Organization. Ms. Broyles earned numerous academic honors, including: the J. Richard Foth Writing Award, GNIP/GNOP Award for Best Journal Comment, Top Paper in Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing II, Top Paper in Constitutional Law II, Top Paper in Child Advocacy Training, and Top Paper in Domestic Violence.

While in law school, Ms. Broyles worked as a law clerk at Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC. She was also a legal intern for the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence and worked as a deputy clerk for the Kansas District Court in Ellis County.

Ms. Broyles is a member of the Kansas Bar Association and the Wichita Bar Association.

“Nonbiological Parents Beware: How the Court in In re W.L. Incorrectly Applied Frazier v. Goudschaal as a Result of Its Prejudice for a Nonbiological Parent.” Mar. 17, 2021. Washburn Law Journal, Vol. 60. (Read the full text.)