Top Savannah Collaborative Lawyers - Missouri

  • 245 Main St.,Suite C Platte City MO 64079 39.370148 -94.78134

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  • 112 Marshall Road,PO Box 377 Platte City MO 64079 39.370113 -94.779274

    Dougan Law Firm, LLC, based in the Northland of Kansas City, Missouri, provides professional representation to clients facing a wide array of legal matters. This full-service law firm offers advice and counsel for family law issues, guardianships, wills, traffic tickets, misdemeanor criminal offenses, landlord-tenant issues and collections matters. Attorney Jennifer J. Dougan practices in Clay,...

  • 2300 Higgins Road,P.O. Box 1517 Platte City MO 64079 39.349068 -94.762115

    Founded in 1963, Witt, Hicklin & Snider, P.C. offers a general law practice for clients in Platte County and the surrounding communities. We are pleased to assist business owners, developers, local governments and individuals. With more than 45 years of combined experience, our attorneys bring to each case considerable knowledge and expertise. Our areas of practice include family law, estate...

  • 113 Blue Jay Drive, Ste 100 Liberty MO 64068 39.2425 -94.448494

    When facing the confusing and painful process of divorce, it is important to have an attorney on your side who cares as much as you do about the outcome of your case. Located in Liberty, Missouri, Larry Swall of Gates Shields Ferguson Swall Hammond P.A. is recognized as a leader in divorce and family law representation throughout the Kansas City metro area and surrounding communities. We represent...

  • 204 W. Linwood Blvd. Kansas City MO 64111 39.068047 -94.5885

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  • 14801 East 42nd Street South,Suite 100 Independence MO 64055 39.043682 -94.405815

    At The Backer Law Firm in Independence, Missouri, we are fully prepared to help you protect your rights and find the positive outcomes you seek for the serious and complex legal issues affecting your life, your livelihood and your future. Serving clients throughout the greater Kansas City metro area, including all of Jackson, Clay, Cass, Platte, Johnson and Wyandotte counties, our law firm's...

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