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Lee's Summit Real Estate and Business Lawyers

Experienced Attorneys for Businesses and Consumers in Missouri and Kansas

At Kapke & Willerth, our tradition of client service in business law, real estate, construction contracting and civil litigation reaches back more than 40 years. Many small business clients depend on our law firm to undertake the functions of a general counsel on matters ranging from initial formation to drafting and maintenance of organizational documents to employment law issues, business financing and commercial disputes.

Our lawyers also serve the needs of individual and family clients in areas ranging from estate planning to personal injury to consumer protection litigation. We work with clients throughout the Kansas City metro area on both sides of the state line.

Although our law firm has grown in size and breadth of practice over the decades, we continue to emphasize the client service values that made us successful in our early years: individualized service, prompt and responsive attention whenever a client needs us, and close attention to detail throughout every stage of a transaction or dispute.

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Our blend of practice areas also allows us to serve clients in a variety of capacities. A company that first turned to us for entity selection advice and organizational documents might later need help with a civil dispute, or its owner might want to plan for the future operation of the business through an estate plan. The family we helped through a real estate transaction might later need advice about an auto accident claim or a probate problem.

We treat all clients as though we expect to work with them again. To learn how you can benefit from the level of service implicit in this idea, contact the Lee's Summit real estate and business attorneys of Kapke & Willerth for more information about our practice.

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