WHY HIRE AN ATTORNEY?
When you are faced with a legal situation, you may be tempted to try the "do-it-yourself" approach. The ever-changing nature of state and federal laws and the nuances of the legal system are just two of the reasons why you should hire an attorney instead of going it alone. Our law office will provide the professional expertise necessary to fully represent your best interests.
WHY CHOOSE THE LAW OFFICE OF TRACEY D. JOHNSON, LLC?
We understand the paramount importance of the issues our clients are facing and the possible affects legal actions could have on both our clients and their families.
Therefore, our law office considers our clients to be partners in their legal representation. We are committed to keeping our clients informed and assuring that their concerns receive our full attention. We strongly believe that there are no "cookie cutter" cases. Each client's situation is unique and should be treated as such. We develop each case around the individual needs and wishes of our clients.
Our office is a general law practice. We provide exceptional legal services in four primary practice areas:
- Family and domestic relations law, divorce and custody matters
- Civil law
- Criminal defense, including DWI/DUI
- Estate preservation law, last wills and trusts
Hiring an attorney to assist you with your legal issues assures that you will have a skilled professional advocate looking out for your best interests.
Learn more about the services our office provides
Choosing an attorney is an important decision. Such a major decision should not be made solely based on advertising or telephone conversations. We make time to meet with each of our clients to personally discuss the details of their individual situations.
For a personal and confidential consultation with our attorney please call 913-499-0422, or contact us by e-mail.
The Law Office of Tracey D. Johnson, LLC, is located in Lenexa, Kansas, and serves clients throughout the Greater Kansas City area in Johnson County, Wyandotte County, Platt County, Leavenworth County and Jackson County.