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Child In Need Of Care Law: Overland Park Attorney

I offer all my clients legal assistance and professional representation with respect to the "Child In Need Of Care" laws here in Kansas. In Kansas, a parent charged with a crime can sometimes face the termination of parental rights over his or her children. Many professionals working with and in the civil court holding these termination of parental right matters, however, often do not understand how criminal court works.

I work hard on behalf of my clients to make sure that they receive consistent legal representation whether they are in criminal or civil court. In doing so, the Law Office of James M. Brun in Overland Park can help them coordinate their criminal and civil matters in such a way as to build their best cases while protecting their parental rights.

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I have the proven experience that clients want to see when they are deciding on which attorney to hire. I provide all of my clients with beginning-to-end representation. In doing so, I have:

  • Fought countless cases all the way to trial for my clients
  • Interned with the St. Louis Metropolitan Sex Crimes Unit

  • Served as chief counsel at a well-respected school district

I emphasize client accessibility. This means that I also provide clients with my direct cellphone number. That way, they can call me immediately when they realize they need professional guidance from me.

Contact a Child In Need Of Care Law Attorney In Kansas City

To schedule a free initial consultation with my office, please call me at 913-826-6229. You can also contact me online. All communications remain confidential. My firm accepts credit cards.

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