Top Augusta Litigation & Appeals Lawyers - Kansas

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  • For over 45 years, Adrian & Pankratz PA has been a full-service law firm providing high-quality legal representation to clients in and around Newton, Kansas. Our lawyers practice in a broad range of legal matters, including estate planning, business law, environmental law and personal injury. Our lawyers handle estate planning matters ranging from simple wills and trusts to complex matters...

  • 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...

  • If you or your business is working through personal or commercial legal issues in and around Ottawa, Kansas, it is important to retain counsel that has a full understanding of the challenges you face. At Anderson & Byrd, LLP, our lawyers have more than a century of combined experience working on some of the nation's most complex cases. Our law firm has a comprehensive knowledge of each area in...

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  • 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...

  • Joseph, Hollander & Craft is one of the premier litigation firms in Kansas. From our offices in Wichita, Topeka, and Lawrence, the firm’s attorneys aggressively represent our clients in cases in Kansas and across the United States. When we can’t resolve our clients’ problems with practical recommendations and reasonable negotiations, we use our experience and skills to...

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    For more than 40 years, the law firm of Nicholson, Dasenbrock & Hartley, LC has successfully represented clients in a broad range of legal areas, including family law, estate administration and probate, criminal defense, business and tax matters, and general civil litigation. Our attorneys will will work closely with you to craft an effective legal strategy that is tailored to your unique...

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    The attorneys with the Law Firm of Martin & Wallentine, LLC in Olathe, Kansas, have more than a decade of experience providing quality criminal defense, drunk driving, family law, civil litigation and personal injury services. We are by your side throughout the entire legal process and will advocate vigorously on your behalf. When handling DUI cases, we rely upon a comprehensive knowledge of...

  • Olathe , Kansas Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, and Divorce Attorney The Law Office of Robert E. McRorey is located in Olathe , Kansas just outside the Kansas City , Missouri metropolitan area. We handle a variety of cases including bankruptcy , personal injury, and divorce for clients all across Johnson County , Kansas . Our law firm has been a part of the Olathe , Kansas community for over twenty...

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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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