Brian R. Carman is an attorney with and a member of Stinson, Lasswell & Wilson, L.C. A native of Topeka, and a life long resident of Kansas, Brian attended Baker University until transferring and graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree from Kansas State University in 2000. Brian attended Washburn University School of Law and received his Juris Doctorate degree in 2004. He is licensed to practice in municipal, state and Federal Courts in Kansas.

Brian remains active in the Wichita Bar Association and has served on the Board of Directors for the Wichita Young Lawyers. Brian is a highly rated attorney, as evidenced by his “A-V” rating in the “Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.”

Brian’s practice is very diverse, with a primary focus on litigation in the areas of criminal defense, family law and probate matters. Brian served as the criminal defense attorney for the City of Wichita Municipal Court’s Drug Court. He is a former member of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) and has attended the annual conference and training in Washington, D.C. Brian regularly presents on issues to the Wichita Young Lawyers and has also presented to the National Business Institute for their “Family Law from A to Z” seminar.

Brian is a trained and certified mediator and is on the Sedgwick County District Court Family Law list for mediators and limited case managers.

Bar Admissions:
• Kansas, 2005
• U.S. District Court - District of Kansas, 2005

Professional Associations:
• Current Co-Chairman of Wichita Bar Association Family Law Committee
• American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys
• National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys
• Kansas Association for Justice
• Kansas Bar Association
• Wichita Bar Association
• Board of Directors for the Wichita Bar Association Young Lawyers Association
• National Association of Drug Court Professionals (Wichita Visitation &
   Exchange Center Advisory Committee Board)

• Douglas C. Cranmer and Brian R. Carman, “Case Management and
   Limited Case Management in Child Custody Cases.” Journal of the
   Kansas Association for Justice
. March 2011: 17-18.

Areas of Practice:
• Divorce
• Child Custody
• Child Support
• Paternity
• Adoption
• Parenting Time
• Spousal Maintenance
• Annulment
• Protection from Abuse
• Protection from Stalking
• Premarital/Postnuptial Agreements
• Civil Litigation
• Personal Injury/Wrongful Death
• Estate Planning
• Guardianship/Conservatorship
• Wills
• Expungement
• Criminal Law
• Misdemeanor & Felony Criminal Matters
• Criminal Drug Offenses
• Probation & Parol Violations
• Traffic Violations
• Domestic Violence