Whether a simple will is needed or a complex trust, Grant works with clients to individually tailor each estate plan in a way that achieves his clients’ goals and wishes for an easy and stress-free experience. Every estate plan should contain these four documents at the very least: A Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney for Financial Decisions, Power of Attorney for Health Care Decisions, and a Living Will/Advance Directive. Grant meets with clients and explains the importance these documents as well as the benefits of revocable and irrevocable trusts when necessary, and how the complete estate plan can protect one’s assets and future. When faced with the death or incapacity of a loved one, many are lost and don’t know where to begin. Grant has the experience in trust administration as well as probate courts in Kansas and Missouri to guide clients through the legal process.
Grant also provides a full range of transactional and corporate legal services. From drafting corporate operating agreements and bylaws, to facilitating corporate transactions, Grant works to establish personal and meaningful relationships with each business owner to become a trusted source for counsel.
Grant was born and raised in Prairie Village, Kansas. After graduating from the University of Miami, he attended the University of Kansas School of Law where he served as an Articles Editor on the Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy. He enjoys going to Sporting Kansas City games, playing golf, rock climbing, and traveling.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Estate Planning
- Corporate and Business Law
- Real Estate
ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIP
- Kansas Bar Association
- Missouri Bar Association
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
- Johnson County Bar Association
- University of Kansas School of Law, J.D., 2013
- University of Miami (FL), B.A., 2009