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Swisher Law Office and Summit Conflict Resolution Center - Lee's Summit, MO

702 East Langsford Road Lee's Summit, MO 64063

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Updated: 02/17/2021

Lee's Summit Elder Care and Protection Law Firm


Elder Care and Protection, Conservators and Guardians, Family Law, Civil Litigation, Probate and Trust Estates and Alternative Dispute Resolution. We Train for Conflicts in Litigation, ADR, Legal Transactions, Business and Strategic Planning Law. Michael Paul Swisher is also a trained mediator and arbitrator experienced in legal and alternative dispute resolution services in Missouri and Kansas...

About Swisher Law Office and Summit Conflict Resolution Center


  • English (Primary)
  • Spanish

Practice Areas

  • Elder Care and Protection 50%
  • Trusts and Probate Estates 30%
  • Family Law 10%
  • Corporate and Commercial Transactions 5%
  • Construction 5%


  • 20%


  • Lee's Summit Missouri Citizen of the Year, 2009 - Present
  • Civic Leader of the Year, 2009 - Present




Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


702 East Langsford Road Lee's Summit, MO 64063

Office Hours

8:30-12:00 1:00-5:00


  • 816-524-3331

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