Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, our office will remain open but we will lock our doors and elevators to restrict access. Appointments will continue by phone as the preferred method for client conferences. If you need to visit in person (for example—for an estate planning signing) we will make special arrangements for this purpose. Some of our staff will be working remotely from home in order to limit social contacts as recommended by the CDC. We can still be reached by email and our office […]
Joseph L. Uhlman is a new attorney at Adrian & Pankratz, P.A. Uhlman graduated from University of Kansas School of Law in 2018. During law school, he was the Chief Justice of the Court of Parking Appeals, a Justice on the Student Senate Court of Appeals, was a member of the Law Review, Moot Court, and Mock Trial councils. He served both as an intern in the Harvey County Attorney’s office, and as a prosecutor in the McPherson County Attorney’s office before joining the firm. […]
Adrian & Pankratz, P.A. announces the launch of its new water law blog! The blog can be found at the following link: www.kswaterlaw.com. The blog will feature articles on important topics and current events involving water law and water rights. The blog will also include links to various resources germane to water law. The authors of the blog, Tom Adrian and Dave Stucky, are both partners at Adrian & Pankratz, P.A.
Adrian & Pankratz is pleased to announce the promotion of Cynthia A. Wiens to her new position as Senior Associate with the law firm. Cindy is a graduate of Bethel College. After graduating from the University of Oregon School of Law, she practiced law with an insurance defense firm located in Medford, Oregon for five years, arguing several cases before the Oregon Court of Appeals. Returning to Kansas to raise a family, Cindy joined Tom Adrian, Randy Pankratz, Tim Hodge and Dave Stucky in their […]
Brownback says he’s pleased to appoint Marilyn Wilder to the 9th District Court. The governor says her experience makes her an excellent choice to serve the residents of McPherson and Harvey counties. Wilder says she’s honored and humbled to be appointed by the governor. As judge, the Independent from Hesston says she’ll oversee various cases brought to the court. Read Full Article Here