Third Party Custody/Grandparent Custody
Dissolution of Marriage/Divorce
Military Child Custody Plans
Step Parent Adoptions
DFS / CD / Juvenile Court
DWI / DUI
Municipal Court Tickets
Simple Estate Planning
Wills and Probate
Powers of Attorney
Broadly speaking, we are Family Law, Estate Planning and Traffic Attorneys. There are a lot of lawyers out there, so it is important to find one you like and trust. Remember, your choice of a lawyer is important – it will impact the most important and intimate areas of your life – so you should NOT make your selection of a lawyer on advertising alone. You should be prepared to interview and get to know your potential attorney before you hire him or her. This is why we offer a 30 minute free consultation to potential clients. We are able to meet and talk about your individual situation – and most importantly, we can get to know each other.
Please call 816-256-5440 to schedule your free thirty minute no obligation appointment so we can get to know each other and determine how we can help you.
We have an easy intake process. When you call, one of our staff will listen to your immediate Family Law, Estate Planning or Traffic needs and work with you to get you in as quickly as possible. We can often accommodate emergency or same-day appointments in appropriate circumstances, usually for a small fee. Once your appointment is scheduled, you will receive an email with a link to our confidential intake form that is appropriate for your case. You can complete this confidential form online and it will be sent back to our secure and confidential system. You also have the option of printing the form, or completing it in our office.
How to Prepare for Your Consultation
Family Law encompasses a large, sometimes complex, and often highly emotional area of the law. Kiske Law Office Family Lawyers can help you with everything from divorce to establishment of paternity and child custody; pre-nuptial agreements and post nuptial agreements; legal separations; child support and spousal support; property division; step parent adoption; grandparent and third-party custody; guardianship of children or adults with persons outside of the family; ex parte orders and orders of protection; and DFS or Children’s Division investigations and involvement; and name changes.
Traffic, municipal and criminal law can be anything from a minor speeding ticket to DWI, animal violations, child endangerment, non-support, or other matter. It happens to the best of us – those flashing lights in your rear-view that didn’t pass you. Kiske Lawyers can help you get through the process as quickly and easily as possible.
Estate Planning allows you to make advance plans in the event of your disability or death. Because each person has very different needs in this area, there are a variety of tools in the estate planning area designed to accommodate your unique family structure and your unique asset mix and individual medical preferences. At Kiske Law Office we focus on your individual circumstances and offer you individual guidance and recommendations designed to implement your individual wishes. Our attention to detail and our network of affiliated professionals allows us to develop a unique estate plan for each of our clients.
To make an appointment, please call us at 816-256-5440.
We are available to help you with your family law or estate planning needs in the following Missouri counties: Platte, Clay, Jackson, Buchanan, Andrew, Clinton, DeKalb, Holt, Nodaway and Ray.
We are available to help you with your family law or estate planning needs in the following Kansas counties: Leavenworth, Wyandotte, and Johnson.
Kiske Law Office, LLC
10525 N. Ambassador Dr.
Kansas City, MO 64153
Kiske Law Office, LLC
1911 Jules St.
St. Joseph, MO 64501
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Office hours: Monday-Thursday 9 am – 5 pm and Friday 9 am – 12 pm
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