Top Johnson Real Estate Lawyers - Kansas

  • At Schultz Law Office, P.A., in Garden City, Kansas, we offer superior legal representation and services in a variety of practice areas in order to help you with virtually any legal matter affecting your life, your family, your business and your future. Since opening our doors in 1984, the attorneys at our law firm have served a diverse range of clients throughout Southwest Kansas by providing the...

  • Any legal situation, from divorce to planning a will to an employment claim, presents serious concerns about the future. From the Garden City, Kansas, office of Kennedy Berkley Yarnevich & Williamson, our team brings people peace of mind as they move forward through civil or criminal proceedings. The attorneys at our law firm have decades of combined experience in business, personal injury,...

  • Shattuck Law Office, LLC — Ashland, Kansas, Estate And Probate Lawyer What long-term financial plans do you have for your family? Are you confident that your financial assets will be transferred to your loved ones after your death? Does your will reflect your current family situation? Or has a life-event made some changes necessary? I am estate planning and probate lawyer Sally Shattuck. These are...

  • You may require the services of an attorney only a handful of times in your life, but those times are typically important life events. You want to work with a lawyer you can trust — one who knows you well and can help you identify your priorities and set realistic objectives. At Fairbanks Law, P.A., in Goodland, Kansas, we serve our clients in a wide range of legal areas, from estate planning and...

  • 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...

  • 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...

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