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Top Kansas City Business Organizations Lawyers - Kansas

Located in Shawnee, W Brett Chapin LLC, is a multidisciplinary practice that provides services throughout the Kansas City metro and surrounding areas. We focus primarily on bankruptcy, tax law, business law, estate planning and probate. Skilled Lawyers | Family Values W Brett Chapin LLC, is a small legal practice run by skilled lawyers with extensive experience. When you become our client, you...

Edelman, Liesen & Myers L.L.P.: Representing Clients In Kansas And Missouri With Dignity, Dedication And Respect At Edelman, Liesen & Myers L.L.P., we are a team of experienced attorneys dedicated to representing individuals, families and businesses throughout the Greater Kansas City area in a variety of practice areas. By employing a client-oriented approach, we look to understand your...

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