Top Augusta Divorce 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...

From my law office in Wichita, Kansas, Cindy L. Cleous, LLC, I devote my time and resources to helping families with their most difficult and emotional legal issues. Serving the Wichita metro region and Sedgwick County, as well as the surrounding areas, my law firm provides the personalized assistance and compassionate support my clients deserve when they are dealing with any of the following...

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    When people’s livelihoods are at stake due to criminal allegations in Olathe, Kansas, The Mozingo Law Firm, LLC, provides the aggressive defense they need. Founding attorney and former prosecutor, R.W. Mozingo II, uses his vast legal knowledge and experience in the courtroom to advocate for people facing charges from DUI/DWI and drug possession to domestic battery and juvenile cases. No matter...

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    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...

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    In Olathe, Kansas, and areas of Johnson County, Kansas, matters involving family law often require a customized approach. The law office of Landon Law, LLC, is dedicated to working with you to resolve issues concerning protection orders, child support, child custody, parenting plans, paternity and other issues concerning divorce. Founding attorney Heather Landon understands that going through a...

  • When I founded The Law Offices of Valerie L. Moore, I did so in order to assist people in Johnson County, Kansas, with a broad array of family law matters. For more than 17 years, I have helped clients find peaceful resolutions to divorce, even in the most complex of cases. As a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), I have had to demonstrate my vast knowledge in family law...

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