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Appointments Available: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm, Saturday By Appointment Only
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We Launched Our New Website!

Elder law care

At Paths Elder Law, we are proud to be one of the most experienced elder law attorneys in Kansas City. For over 25 years, our sole focus has been providing legal services to seniors and their families with a personal, Midwestern touch. 

In our continuous efforts to improve our firm and the ways we can help our clients, we have teamed up with one of the best web design & SEO companies in Kansas City, Lifted Logic, to bring you an amazing new way to experience Paths Elder Law!

A new online experience to better serve you

Whether you are a new visitor or you have worked with Rusty, our lead elder law attorney before, we hope you will enjoy our beautiful new website. 

Our new site looks better than ever. Just a few of the improvements you’ll notice are:

“The entire team at Paths Elder Law is a pleasure to work with. My favorite aspect of the design process was incorporating their signature wood grain throughout the pages. The new website looks great and has a lot of fun functionality throughout.” 

— Hannah McGean, Designer at Lifted Logic

We encourage you to look through each page, learn about our knowledge and expertise in elder law, and trust that you’re in the best hands when you turn to Paths as your elder law attorney in Kansas City.

Dive into the new Paths Law Firm website

Feel free to explore our new website for more information or contact us to learn more about Paths Elder Law today!

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