Robert R. Laing, Jr.
Robert R. Laing, Jr.

Robert R. Laing, Jr.
2100 Hutton Road
Suite 102
Kansas City, KS 66109
Phone: (913) 378-9111
Fax: (913) 378-9112

Practice Areas

Kansas City Attorney

When you find a lawyer you can trust, you want to know that they will be able to provide you with legal service in a variety of areas. At the law office of Robert R. Laing, Jr. , it is the personal relationships we form with our clients that drive our success in the courtroom. From divorce and estate planning, to cases of DUI and contract negotiation, we can provide you with the legal services you need.

Personal and comprehensive legal services

At the Kansas City law office of Robert R. Laing, Jr., we provide our clients with the wide variety of legal representation they would find at a large firm and the personal service they expect from a sole practitioner. With over twenty years of experience, we can help you with your legal needs:

  • Business Law : When you are starting a new business, we can provide you with appropriate legal counsel and representation.

  • Family Law : Going through a divorce can be a stressful and emotional time. We can help you understand your rights as a parent and get you the fair settlement you deserve.

  • Traffic Violations : If you are facing a DUI, suspended license, or mounting traffic tickets, you should choose an attorney who will defend your rights through every step of the court system.

  • Estate Planning : By contacting an experienced estate planning attorney today you can work to have your wishes carried out in the future. Our office handles matters of estate planning, probate, wills, and trusts.

  • Real Estate : When entering a real estate purchase or sale, you need to know that you are getting the deal you expect. Having a lawyer to protect your personal and business interests is the first step.

Inmate suicide

In the case of an inmate suicide, the victim's family and estate should be protected. Penal institutions at the federal, state, and county level all have the responsibility to provide a safe environment for the people who live and work there. The failure to do so is a civil rights violation. In these cases, the institutions are responsible for providing the victim's family with the fair and just compensation they deserve.