Linda Coffey-Jessup is a native Texan. She has spent the last twenty-one years in the legal field in Weatherford, Texas. She has lived in Weatherford for over twenty years and loves the community and events. One of her favorite things is to see people she knows around town. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs. She is a self-proclaimed "people person". Linda handles the civil and family law cases in the office and uses her years of experience to help the clients through such difficult times.
Lacy Kimball Law is located at 103 York Ave, Weatherford, Texas 76086. The office is located in the north west quadrant of the Weatherford Square. Lacy Kimball office shares with Gary Jordan, Attorney at Law.
Lacy Maynard-Kimball is a home grown Texas girl. She grew up in Bastrop, Texas among a large and very close family. After high school she attended Texas A&M University in College Station where she graduated with a Bachelors in Agricultural Communications and Journalism in just three years. After graduation, she purchased her Women's Professional Rodeo Association permit, which she filled by winning more than $1,000 in the first rodeo she ran her barrel racing gelding Tiger at. She continued for two years to travel the United States and Canada participating in barrel racing at rodeos and training horses. After Tiger was injured barrel racing, she applied and attended law school at Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law) in Fort Worth, Texas, graduating in just two and a half years. She took the Texas Bar Exam in February 2013 and became licensed in May 2013. She applied, was approved, and passed the test to become Texas Board Certified in Family Law in 2021.
Lacy continues to train and compete on barrel racing horses. She married her cowboy Cody Kimball on June 6, 2015. They live in Brock, Texas with their kids and continue to rodeo.
Lacy Kimball Law was established in 2013 and is located in on the square in Weatherford, Texas. Lacy Kimball Law services Parker, Tarrant, Palo Pinto, Hood, Johnson, and Wise counties.
Denise Adams was born and raised in east Texas. She competed in rodeos barrel racing from the time she was a child through the professional ranks. She eventually qualified in the coveted National Finals Rodeo three times, mainly on her horse Funny. She has one daughter and lives in Lipan, Texas now with her family.
Megan Harris is a Weatherford native. She briefly moved away, but returned to Weatherford as soon as she could She enjoys taking her dog "Arlo" to the dog park and spending time with her family. She loves to travel and see new things. Megan is the probate and estate planning paralegal. She enjoys the challenge of her work and has found a calling helping people get through such a sad time.