Mission Landlord Tenant Lawyers
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As a practicing attorney since 1972, Michael E. Whitsitt has always served his clients professionally, with the highest degree of ethics and according to the best standards of legal practice. Mr. Whitsitt is highly respected and has extensive high-asset experience. For more than 40 years, he has been helping clients settle their legal problems, both in and out of court. "As an attorney facing a divorce I knew that a critical factor would be the attorney I chose to represent me. I needed someone that would vigilantly represent my interests while at the same time maintaining...
I have spent my career focusing on advocating for my clients in court and before administrative bodies. The main portion of my practice focuses on Criminal Law, however, I have put my litigation experience to use for government entities, landlords, and those going through family/domestic legal issues.
Jeff Coppaken, the founder of the Coppaken Law Firm, LLC is a lifelong resident of Kansas City. Prior to becoming an attorney, Jeff spent almost a decade in sales, marketing and customer service. Jeff understands that long term goals are met through careful planning and implementation of proper systems. The Coppaken law Firm is dedicated to promoting our client’s business and personal goals.
I am a third-generation Kansas lawyer, with a BA in Philosophy from Washburn University and a JD from Washburn University School of Law. My family's law firm, Miller & Miller, Chtd., has served Emporia and Northeast Kansas for decades, and I am proud to join the tradition of legal excellence as Junior Partner of the firm. We practice in most areas of law, and focus on delivering quality, courteous legal services with integrity and efficiency. Our firm also utilizes the latest technology, with an online client portal and mobile phone application to ensure unparalleled access for our...
Jared R Muir has developed a practice primarily centered in Landlord Tenant Law with an emphasis on evictions. Mr. Muir processes several evictions per month for multiple clients. His goal is to create a hassle free streamlined precess for his clients. He also focuses his practice on guardianships and conservatorships. He serves as conservator for several individuals as well as attorney-in-fact for several others. In this capacity he manages finances for those who are unable to do it themselves and for those who simply want someone else to manage the day to day finances.
Ms. Richards joined Weary Davis in January, 2015. While in law school Ms. Richards completed an externship with the Riley County Attorney’s Office. Ms. Richards began practicing in 2012 and has experience handling civil and criminal matters including domestic relations, bankruptcy, criminal defense, appellate practice, real estate, landlord/tenant, personal injury, and collections. Ms. Richards’ domestic relations experience includes; divorces involving members of the military, child custody, child support, paternity, Protection from Abuse, Protection from Stalking, the division of farm assets in divorce, step-parent adoption, post-divorce litigation and appellate practice.
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