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    Combining nearly 50 years of experience, our team at Schlagel Long LLC handles estate planning matters on behalf of people in Olathe, Kansas, as well as in Overland Park and throughout Johnson County. Clients consistently turn to our law office because of reasons such as the following: • Though we are skilled litigators, we often use mediation and arbitration to resolve matters and preserve...

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    At the law office of Thomas & Bayes-Weiner, LLC, in Overland Park, Kansas, we are fully prepared to help you with all of the important and pressing legal issues affecting your life, your livelihood, your business and your future as well as the future of your loved ones. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout the greater Kansas City metro region and surrounding areas of Kansas and...

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    Protecting Your Rights In Kansas City For more than 30 years, the attorneys at the Law Offices of George A. Barton, P.C., in Overland Park, Kansas, have served individuals and businesses throughout Kansas City and the surrounding areas of Kansas and Missouri, as well as clients across the country, by helping to protect their rights and interests in all types of civil and commercial litigation....

  • 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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You've come to the right place.  If you are a creditor (e.g., a small business or professional service provider) who is seeking payment of debts owed to you by individuals or other commercial entities, a collections lawyer can help.

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