Ford County, Kansas Probate Lawyers

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Richard Sanborn
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Sedgwick County, KS Probate Lawyer
(316) 262-6462 301 N Market St
Wichita, KS 67202
Probate, Criminal and Elder
Jared Muir
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Shawnee County, KS Probate Lawyer with 8 years experience
(785) 232-0753 2101 SW 21st St.
Topeka, KS 66604
Probate, Estate Planning and Landlord Tenant
Washburn University School of Law
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.
David Serrault
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Rice County, KS Probate Lawyer with 35 years experience
(620) 680-6028 108 1/2 East Ave South
PO Box 5
Lyons, KS 67554
Probate, Criminal, Elder and Family
Washburn University School of Law
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