I am passionate about helping families and children through life transitions, which is why I have devoted my practice to Family Law. I’ve been an attorney since 1994, when I was graduated from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. I first began the practice of law in Scott County, Missouri as the only public defender assigned to the entire county. After two years in the rural area, my family and I moved to the Kansas City metro area where I joined the Department of Social Services representing the Children’s Division in child abuse and neglect cases. After 8 years with the Department of Social Services, I joined the Earnshaw Hobbs Law Firm PC to continuing and broaden my advocacy skills on behalf of families and children. After almost 6 years with Earnshaw Hobbs, I opened my own firm, Kiske Law Office, LLC, in Zona Rosa. Because I enjoy a challenge, I also work as an Adjunct Professor at Missouri Western State University teaching legal studies classes in the evening, and I produce a yearly concert fundraiser for the Children’s Advocacy Center in St. Joseph, Missouri, to stop child abuse.
At the Kiske Law Office, LLC, I am responsible for child custody cases, child abuse cases, divorces, paternities, guardianships, and traffic matters, including DWIs. I enjoy helping clients resolve their parenting and other legal issues, and I am grateful for the opportunity to counsel clients on issues related to their children and loved ones.
I am also grateful for my personal life experiences that have enabled me to be empathetic with my clients.
To make an appointment for a free 30 minute consultation, please call me at 816-256-5440.
Legal Practice Areas:
Family Law, Child Custody / Child Support / Visitation, Divorce / Legal Separation, Paternity, Grandparents Rights, Military Child Custody Plans, Step Parent Adoption, Guardianships & Conservatorships, DFS / CD and Juvenile Court, Marital and Cohabitation Agreements, Traffic Tickets / Speeding Tickets, Domestic Violence / Municipal Charges, DWI / DUI / DWS, Name Change, Restraining Orders, Mediation
Covering the following Missouri counties:
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