Kearny County Probate Lawyers

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Robert Crangle
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Lincoln County, KS Probate Attorney
(785) 524-5050 117 N. 4th
PO Box 285
Lincoln, KS 67455
Probate, Administrative, Business and Estate Planning
Harvard University
General practice, but with emphases on business law and planning, contracts, real estate, FAR/DFARS, personal and family estate planning and related areas.
David Miller
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Sedgwick County, KS Probate Lawyer
7200 W 13 th st N
Ste 212
Wichita, KS 67212
Offers Video ChatProbate, Appeals, Criminal and Estate Planning
My passion for the law started out of college, where I worked at Metmor Financial as a paralegal. During my time at Metmor, I was able to gain an insight into the legal field. I moved in 1997 to Topeka, KS, where I accepted a position as a paralegal for the Kansas State Appellate Defender Office. While there, I was able to implement my love of research and writing. I graduated from Washburn University in 2000 with a degree in History and Political Science. In 2004 I met Mr. Ney and was hired as a paralegal for Ney and Adams...
Dennis Depew
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Wilson County, KS Probate Lawyer with 37 years of experience
(620) 325-2626 620 Main St
PO Box 313
Neodesha, KS 66757
Probate, Arbitration & Mediation, Estate Planning and Family
DENNIS DEPEW is the Administrative Partner in the Depew Law Firm in Neodesha, Kansas. He graduated from the University of Kansas in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Degree and the University of Kansas School of Law in 1983. He has served on the Kansas Bar Association's Board of Governors since being elected in 2005 and served as President of the Kansas Bar Association 2013-14. He has over 31 years of experience in handling family law matters such as adoptions, child custody litigation, child support disputes as well as both straightforward and complex divorce cases. His clients have...
Tamara Niles
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Cowley County, KS Probate Attorney with 19 years of experience
(620) 442-6010 125 W. 5th Ave.
Arkansas City, KS 67005
Probate, Business, Collections and Estate Planning
Jared Muir
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Shawnee County, KS Probate Lawyer with 10 years of 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.
Philip D. Wright
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Johnson County, KS Probate Attorney with 14 years of experience
(855) 633-3945 13420 Santa Fe Trail Drive
Lenexa, KS 66215
Free ConsultationProbate, Elder, Estate Planning and Family
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
David Serrault
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Rice County, KS Probate Lawyer with 37 years of 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
James Peter
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Sedgwick County, KS Probate Attorney with 22 years of experience
(316) 789-0090 1616 E. Mount Vernon Street
Wichita, KS 67211
Probate, Criminal, Real Estate and Traffic Tickets
Randall Clinkscales
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Ellis County, KS Probate Lawyer with 37 years of experience
(877) 325-8040 718 Main Street, Suite 205
Hays, KS 67601
Free ConsultationProbate, Business, Elder and Estate Planning
Randy Clinkscales founded Clinkscales Elder Law Practice, P.A. in 1985. He is a 1980 graduate of Washburn Law School and has represented clients at the administrative, county state and federal levels in his 30+ years of practice. He is married to Barbara Clinkscales, and they have three sons. Randy was the first area attorney to become a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). He is also a member of the Kansas Chapter of NAELA, serving as its president for two terms (2009-2011), the Life Care Planning Law Firm Association, and the Elder Law Section of the...
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