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Joseph, Hollander & Craft family law attorney Shawna Miller

Topeka Family Law Attorney Shawna Miller Joins Joseph, Hollander & Craft

August 1, 2022

NEWS RELEASE For immediate release August 1, 2022 TOPEKA, Kan. — Joseph, Hollander & Craft (JHC) is proud to welcome attorney Shawna Miller to its Topeka family law group. Miller joins veteran family lawyers Ardith Smith-Woertz and M. Kristine Lawless to expand the Topeka office’s ability to serve family law clients in Shawnee County, Jackson […]

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Wichita Family Law Attorney Taryn Folston Joins Joseph, Hollander & Craft

July 19, 2022

NEWS RELEASE For immediate release July 19, 2022 WICHITA, Kansas — On Monday, June 13, attorney Taryn Folston joined the Wichita family law group of Joseph, Hollander & Craft. With the addition of Folston, JHC’s Wichita office now has five family law attorneys serving clients in Sedgwick County, Butler County, and the surrounding areas. Folston […]

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Joseph, Hollander & Craft Receives 6 Best Law Firms Rankings for 2022

November 4, 2021

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® announced today that the Topeka and Wichita offices of Joseph, Hollander & Craft earned six Best Law Firms rankings for 2022: Tier 1: Criminal Defense, General Practice – Topeka Metro Area Criminal Defense, White-Collar – Topeka Metro Area Tier 2: Criminal Defense, General Practice – Wichita Metro […]

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