Top Lansing Administrative Lawyers - Kansas

  • 827 Armstrong Ave.,Ste. 203 Kansas City KS 66101 39.11433 -94.63101

    Joseph A. DeWoskin joined Waits, Brownlee, Berger & DeWoskin in 2000. His practice areas include: military law, insurance litigation, personal injury, domestic relations, traffic violations/DUIs, probate, wills and estate planning, workers' compensation and Social Security disability. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. DeWoskin spent almost nine years serving on active duty with the Army JAG Corps. He...

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  • 1508 SW Topeka Blvd. Topeka KS 66612 39.039326 -95.68249

    Joseph, Hollander & Craft is one of the premier litigation firms in Kansas. From our offices in Wichita, Topeka, and Lawrence, the firm’s attorneys aggressively represent our clients in cases in Kansas and across the United States. When we can’t resolve our clients’ problems with practical recommendations and reasonable negotiations, we use our experience and skills to...

  • 2101 SW 21st Street Topeka KS 66604 39.029694 -95.704605

    The firm's practice emphasizes tax, business and administrative law. As a consequence of its expertise in these areas, the firm is uniquely qualified to serve as local counsel for multistate companies. The firm also provides legislative representation for numerous professional and trade associations and businesses. The firm has extensive litigation experience in family law matters, including...

  • 119 W. Iron Ave.,7th Floor Salina KS 67401 38.840206 -97.61011

    Comprehensive legal representation As a full-service law firm, Kennedy Berkley Yarnevich & Williamson provides representation to people in Salina, Kansas, in matters, including personal injury, employment law, family law, estate planning and Social Security Disability. We were founded in 1961 and have since expanded to have four offices - including those in Overland Park and Garden City -...

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