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  • The Law Firm of Barbara E. Hecht, P.C.-Overland Park, Kansas Family Law & Divorce ∙ Wills & Estates ∙ Criminal Law ∙ Bankruptcy I'm Barbara Hecht, an attorney with more than 40 years of experience in courtrooms throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area and surrounding portions of both Kansas and Missouri. The majority of the work I do today involves handling family law and divorce-related...

  • The firm's practice emphasizes tax, business and administrative law. As a consequence of its expertise in these areas, the firm is uniquely qualified to serve as local counsel for multistate companies. The firm also provides legislative representation for numerous professional and trade associations and businesses. The firm has extensive litigation experience in family law matters, including...

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    The people of Topeka, Kansas, and the surrounding metropolitan area continuously come to The Law Firm of Tenopir & Huerter for legal representation when they have been accused of committing a crime. As criminal defense attorneys with over three decades of experience, we are prepared to protect and preserve the rights of all citizens as we work to keep criminal records clear. With a goal to...

  • 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...

  • 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....

  • 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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