Top Phillipsburg Natural Resources Lawyers - Kansas

  • 2200 Lakin Avenue,P. O. Drawer 459 Great Bend KS 67530 38.3644 -98.76787

    Robert P. Keenan founded the firm in Great Bend in 1949. He was joined a few years later by his younger brother, Larry Keenan, and the firm was known as Keenan & Keenan. They had an office at 1401 Main St, in Great Bend, and later at 1815 Broadway in Great Bend. On May 15, 1974 the firm moved to 2200 Lakin, its present location. Two of Larry Keenan's sons, Timothy and Martin, joined the firm...

  • 1021 Fleming Street,Ste. A Garden City KS 67846 37.974594 -100.85484

    The Law Office of Christopher J. Velez, Esq., in Garden City, Kansas, provides the quality and breadth of legal services you’d expect in a big city law firm, combined with the personal service and cost-effectiveness of a small town practice. Attorney Chris J. Velez represents individuals, families and business owners in southwestern Kansas. The following are examples of the legal services the law...

  • 101 Main Street Greensburg KS 67054 37.60587 -99.2938

    Shattuck Law Office, LLC — Serving Kiowa County, Kansas I am Sally Shattuck. As an experienced estate planning and probate attorney serving Greensburg and Kiowa County, I know how important preserving the family legacy is to my clients. I believe that estate planning and probate isn’t only about getting the legal details right. Doing things right begins with taking care of the family...

  • 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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