We moved into our new offices at 8415 E 21st St N, Ste. 250 in Wilson Estates in the Spring of 2022. The office is filled with handmade items created by local Kansas artists. The photos below show Quincy Poore, who made two custom tables for our conference rooms. Scott Garrelts of Karg Art Glass in Kechi created beautiful lighting to accent the colors of our office. Our entrance and conference room signage was made by Kelly Dauer of Dauer Welding and Brian Freeman in Lindsborg. Artwork by Kansas artists is displayed throughout our office including works by Birger Sandzén, Brian Hinkle, and Cally Krallman. Lynn even hand-painted a quilt square for the new space (see image below). We welcome you to find the treasures that Kansas holds just like we have!
We outgrew our space downtown and are leasing 4,400 square feet in our new location. The new building will help us expand into family law arbitration and mediation, and we will be adding more family law attorneys to our practice.
To learn more about our move and the partners who helped make our dream a reality read the press release announcing the move.
The family law attorneys at Ward Law LLC, share a passion for community service. Each attorney spends time outside of the office serving individuals and organizations in and around the Wichita community. Previous community service projects include leading a mentorship project with Hamilton Middle School. In 2012, we were honored with the Wichita Public Schools Board of Education Good Apple Award for excellence in service to students. In addition to their collective community service work, each individual at Ward Law serves in various ways individually in Wichita and across Kansas.
Below is a sampling of some of the organizations our attorneys and staff work with to improve our community and help the people in our community in need of not only legal services but help in other areas of life.
Starting on July 1, 2020, and continuing for 40 days, Ward Law highlighted the things that make our community such a great place to live and raise a family. We wanted to share with you the small businesses, non-profits, and little-known treasures that we think are the secret to our strong and vibrant community. We call this adventure 40 OVER 40 – Forty Highlights Over Forty Days. We took a day of rest on Sunday, but Monday through Saturday, our followers learned a little bit about this wonderful place we call Wichita. Be sure to follow/like us on all our social media platforms. Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn