Top Clay Center Land Use & Zoning Lawyers - Kansas

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    100 E. Park Street,Suite 8 Olathe KS 66051 38.882248 -94.819046

    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...

  • 9377 W 75th St Overland Park KS 66204 38.99227 -94.69488

    We all make mistakes and face legal challenges. It's the steps you take next that matter. I am attorney Gary Long. From the time I was a young man, I wanted to help people wrongfully accused of crimes. Upon completion of law school, I focused my efforts on defending my fellow Kansas residents charged with serious felonies and misdemeanors and facing potentially life-changing penalties. Today, my...

  • 4630 W 137th Street,Suite 100 Leawood KS 66224 38.88099 -94.63681

    EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:   Doug Patterson attended Raytown, Missouri public schools and graduated from Raytown South High in 1966. After high school he graduated from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1970 with a Bachelors in Business Administration. During his undergraduate studies, Mr. Patterson was invited into membership of Phi Kappa Phi honors fraternity. During law school, Mr....

  • 420 S. Jackson,Suite 100 Pratt KS 67124 37.64217 -98.740524

    Stull & Beverlin, L.L.C. — Oil And Gas Law, Business Law And Civil Litigation Attorneys In Pratt, Kansas Stull & Beverlin, L.L.C., located in Pratt, Kansas, is a full-service law firm that provides vigorous representation in a wide variety of practice areas. Our insightful lawyers understand that every client has a unique set of concerns, and we are committed to crafting a personalized...

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