April 8, 2017 - Stinson, Lasswell & Wilson, L.C. participated in the 2017 Law Firm Bowl for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Kansas. A total of $22,697.00 was raised by all firms, with $1,955.00 being raised by Stinson, Lasswell & Wilson, L.C. http://www.4kidsake.org/LawFirm
The law firm of Stinson, Lasswell & Wilson, L.C. is pleased to announce its 50th anniversary in the legal community. In honor of our firm’s anniversary, the firm will be participating in a volunteer event each quarter. For the first quarter event, the firm participated in a “Food 4 Kids” event at the Kansas Food Bank. “Food 4 Kids” involves packing weekend carriers with kid-friendly food for chronically hungry children. The firm managed to fill a little over one pallet of boxes over the noon hour.
T. Michael Wilson has co-authored with Ameila Pohl, Esq. a book entitled "Guiding Those Left Behind in Kansas". This book walks the reader through the options offered in estate planning, as well as explaining the work to be done following the death of a loved one.
To purchase this book, please contact our office at: (316) 264-9137 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeffrey N. Lowe has achieved Board Certification as a family trial advocate for The National Board of Trial
Advocacy. The National Board of Trial Advocacy was formed out of a strong conviction that both the law
profession and its clients would benefit from an organization designed specifically to create an objective set of
standards illustrating an attorney’s experience and expertise in the practice of trial law. Jeffrey joins a growing
number of trial attorneys that have illustrated their commitment to bettering the legal profession by successfully
completing a rigorous application process and providing the consumer of legal services with an objective
measure by which to choose qualified and experienced legal counsel. The elaborate screening of credentials that
all National Board of Trial Advocacy board certified attorneys must successfully complete includes: demonstration
of substantial trial experience, submission of judicial and peer references to attest to their competency,
attendance of continuing legal education courses, submission of legal writing documents, proof of good standing
and passing of an examination. Board Certification is the highest, most stringent, and most reliable honor an
attorney can achieve. Board certifications are the only distinctions awarded by non-profit organizations. The
National Board of Trial Advocacy as well as all board certifying organizations are committed to safeguarding the
public’s ability to choose a good attorney.
Douglas C. Cranmer, “When Does Child Support End?” Journal of the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association,Vol. XXVI, No. 2: 12 (2002)
Douglas C. Cranmer, “Key Revisions to the Kansas Support Guidelines.” Journal of the Kansas
Association for Justice. May 2008: 14-15.
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Douglas C. Cranmer and Jeffrey N. Lowe, “It’s Past Time for Kansas to Adopt the 2001 Amendments to
the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA).” Journal of the Kansas Association for Justice. May
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Douglas C. Cranmer and Jeffrey N. Lowe, “Mine, Yours and Ours: Identifying and Dividing Marital
Property in an Action for Divorce, Separate Maintenance or Annulment.” Journal of the Kansas
Association for Justice. May 2010: 17-18.
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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.
Douglas C. Cranmer and Elizabeth A. Street, “Common Law Marriage and Division of Property.” Journal of the Kansas Association for Justice. January 2013: 5-7.
Jeffrey N. Lowe, “Advising the Client.” Practitioner’s Guide to Kansas Family Law (Kansas Bar Association 2d Ed). 2013 Supplements: Chapter 1.
Douglas C. Cranmer and Kyle P. Sollars, “Minefield: Division of Military Retirement Pensions in Divorce.” Journal
of the Kansas Association for Justice. May 2014: 17-19.
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