The family law attorneys of Ward Law Offices, LLC are compassionate, skilled, and hard working, providing each client a personalized approach to their specific situation. We realize that each individual is different and requires a customized strategy focused on an optimal resolution for our client. Most of the cases taken by our firm involve high asset and litigated custody issues.
Our emphasis is on family-related matters, including divorce and annulment; division of property; marital agreements; child custody and parenting time, adoption, and paternity. We also provide litigation alternatives such as collaborative family law, mediation and arbitration.
We understand that your case is important and we are committed to helping our client’s through some of life’s toughest challenges.
Lynn graduated with honors from Pensacola Christian College, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Prelaw. She graduated from Washburn University School of Law with her Juris Doctorate in 1990. She is trained as a domestic mediator, and was one of the first Kansas attorneys trained to handle divorce cases using a collaborative law format. She has argued appeals of domestic cases before the Kansas Court of Appeals and the Kansas Supreme Court. In addition, she has handled criminal jury trials in state and federal court. She’s written briefs and argued before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Lynn is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), and serves on its Board of Governors. The mission of AAML is to promote professionalism and excellence in the practice of family law.
Tony A. Potter serves as Of Counsel for Ward Law Offices, LLC where he uses his experiences in general civil, trial, and appellate practice to represent the firm’s clients. Tony received his Juris Doctorate from Washburn School of Law in 1994, and has been continually licensed to practice law in Kansas since 1995. Tony has appeared as counsel in ten different judicial districts in Kansas encompassing more than 45 counties, the Federal District Court for Kansas, Kansas Supreme Court and Kansas Court of Appeals, Kansas Department of Revenue, Kansas Court of Tax Appeals, Kansas Department of Labor, and the Kansas Corporation Commission.