Top El Dorado Collaborative Lawyers - Kansas

Stange Law Firm, PC offers divorce and family law attorneys who are dedicated to providing their clients with quality legal guidance. The matters that our legal team can assist in include: divorce, high asset divorce, prenuptial agreements, legal separation, child support, child custody, domestic violence, grandparent visitation rights, and other related matters. Our law firm prides ourselves in...

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    130 North Cherry Street Olathe KS 66061 38.88295 -94.81907

    I am Kansas attorney Mark Hannah. For more than 25 years, I have focused my legal practice on divorce and family law matters, including child custody, child support and spousal maintenance, division of retirement accounts, post-divorce modifications, paternity, legal separations and more. My prior experience in real estate and business matters gives me a particular edge when dealing with complex...

  • Country Club Bank Building,11006 Parallel Parkway, Suite 202 Kansas City KS 66109 39.12914 -94.83613

    Located in Kansas City, Kansas, Colgan Law Firm LLC provides customized legal solutions in family law, personal injury law, criminal defense, estate planning and probate. Clients throughout Wyandotte, Leavenworth and Johnson counties turn to our law firm for honest legal advice and committed, high-quality representation. As experienced trial lawyers, we prepare each case as if it will go to trial....

  • College Corporate Centre Leawood KS 66211 38.928867 -94.64657

    Janet L. Damore established her solo practice in October, 2007, and practices exclusively in the family law area. Janet earned both her undergraduate degree and juris doctor from the University of Kansas. Janet has a BV rating with Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. Before establishing her solo practice, Janet was co-founder and senior member of Schlagel Damore Gordon & Kinzer, LLC, in Olathe,...

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