Top Olathe Estate Planning Lawyers - Kansas

BridgeBuilder is a law firm that combines the experience of attorneys and certified professional accountants to provide clients with top-tier guidance on business and commercial law matters, from tax planning and compliance to business formation and asset protection.  Located in Lenexa but serving clients across the Kansas City metropolitan area, our team of lawyers and Certified Public...

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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