Michelle R. Mosby-Scott

A native of Illinois, Michelle R. Mosby-Scott grew up in Southern Illinois. She obtained her Bachelors of Arts Degree from Eastern Illinois University. Michelle then attended Southern Illinois University where she obtained her Juris Doctor. In law school, Michelle served as Survey Editor of the Law Journal and was selected to participate in the Moot Court program her second and third years. Immediately after graduation, Michelle relocated to Central Illinois where she began practicing law. Michelle co-founded the law firm of Allison & Mosby-Scott in 2000.

Michelle limits her practice to the areas of family law. She regularly represents clients in divorce/dissolution of marriage, child custody, child support, pension division, removal, maintenance/alimony and post decree matters. She has tried hundreds of family law matters during the course of her practice. From this Michelle has developed excellent skills both in trials and negotiations.

Michelle is proud that most of her clients have been referred to her by previous clients or fellow attorneys. These referrals recognize Michelle’s experience, commitment to aggressive representation and focus on achieving client goals. Michelle knows that going through a family law matter is difficult and provides each client with the personal attention they need to accomplish their goals.

Michelle is married to Michael Todd Scott and is the proud mother of three children, two sons and a daughter.

Professional Organizations:

Illinois State Bar Association (Member, Illinois Bar Journal Editorial Board, 1997-2001)
American Bar Association (Past Chair, Tort and Insurance Section)
The Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Robert Underwood Inn of Court.
Fellow, Illinois Bar Foundation.

Publications:

Author: Chapter, Reformation of Contracts, Illinois Continuing Legal Education, 2001.
Co- Author: Guide to Illinois QILDRO, Illinois Bar journal, 1999;
Protecting Evidence of Self-Critical Analysis, Illinois Bar Journal, 2000.
Certified Arbitrator, McLean County, 1999.

Bar Admissions:

Illinois (1995)
United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois (1996)
United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (1996)

Honors:

In 2016 Michelle was selected for membership in the The National Advocates: Top 100 for the state of Illinois. Membership in the The National Advocates: Top 100 is limited to the Top 100 Lawyers from each state or region who serve individuals and families in the legal system.

The National Advocates