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  • I am Mark A. Werner, a business and estate planning lawyer with a law firm based in Pittsburg, Kansas. My clients come from all walks of life and from every part of southeast Kansas. I am dedicated to helping each of them achieve the peace of mind that comes with knowing that loved ones will not have to make difficult decisions without guidance or have to endure costly disputes or...

  • The Law Firm of Barbara E. Hecht, P.C.-Olathe, Kansas 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. As a solo practitioner, my clients never need to worry that their case will be handed off to an inexperienced associate. I work directly with each individual, and I...

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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...

  • I am attorney Richard A. Carnahan. My Kansas law firm, the Law Office of Richard A. Carnahan, is dedicated to providing clients with efficient and cost-effective representation in a broad range of practice areas. I have been practicing law for the past 22 years, 17 of which have been spent in De Soto. My firm serves individuals and families in Johnson County, Wyandotte County and throughout the...

  • 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 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...

  • 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...

  • Experienced Lawyers With Christian Values At Weber Law Office, we take pride in representing people and businesses in Wichita and the surrounding area. We practice law with Christian values and our lawyers are committed to hard work and responsive service. Our dedication to clients means that we often take tough cases other firms turn down. Our primary areas of practice are family law, business...

  • Our firm has been in continuous existence since it was founded in 1910 by Carl H. Davis. In 1955, Carl H. was joined in his law practice by his son Robert L. Davis, who died in Jan. 2014.Carl H. Davis died in 1961, and Robert continued his practice with various other attorneys over the years. He was joined by his nephew, F. C. "Rick" Davis in 1979, and his son-in-law, Kenneth H. Jack in...

  • Comprehensive legal representation As a full-service law firm, Kennedy Berkley Yarnevich & Williamson provides representation to people in Salina, Kansas, in matters, including personal injury, employment law, family law, estate planning and Social Security Disability. We were founded in 1961 and have since expanded to have four offices - including those in Overland Park and Garden City -...

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