The Weber Law Offices is an advocate of protecting the legal rights and financial resources of senior citizens, people with disabilities, and their families. Our Mission is to provide quality legal services with a personal touch to empower our elderly and disabled clients to enhance their quality of life. We consider the unique needs and circumstances of each client. Please visit our Success Stories to review accounts of satisfied clients with exceptional results.
Your long-term needs should be planned carefully with peace of mind. Weber Law Offices provide the knowledge to assist you in making sound decisions about you or your loved one's future. Weber Law Offices assists people with disabilities of all ages and their families with long-term care issues. Rest assured that you will receive the care and advice you can rely on through our quality legal service, high ethical standards, and individualized personal attention.
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You and your loved ones are in good hands with Weber Law Offices. Call 913-661-0550 today to arrange your initial consultation.
Karen H. Weber is an elder law and special needs planning lawyer with an emphasis on estate and Medicaid planning for nursing home care. She also drafts special needs trusts for people with Karen H. Weber disabilities and helps families establish guardianship and conservatorship when necessary. Ms. Weber is licensed to practice law in both Kansas and Missouri. She is a frequent speaker at professional and community events discussing the topics of elder law and special needs planning. Ms. Weber is the co-founder and past-president of the Kansas Chapter of The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc., and her offices are conveniently located at College Blouevard and Antioch in Overland Park, Kansas.
In 2001, the Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing honored the Weber Law Offices as the Kansas Woman-Owned Professional Service Firm of the Year. In 2002, the Society of Financial Service Professionals selected Ms. Weber as a finalist for the Kansas City Business Ethics Award. Karen received both her Juris Doctor degree and her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree, with distinction, from the University of Missouri. Following law school, Ms. Weber served a term as Law Clerk at the Missouri Court of Appeals. She then entered private practice where she emphasized litigation before focusing exclusively on the practice of elder law and special needs planning.
Michelle R. Betzen joined the firm in May 2006 as a Paralegal. She has more than 10 years of experience in the legal field with an emphasis on client advocacy, including participation in a Victim Assistance Program within the District Attorney's Office.
Michelle’s responsibilities include initial client interviews, client document review and preparation of client files. She also assists in the preparation of estate planning documents, verification of client assets and preparation of Medicaid applications. Michelle's top priority is always the needs and concerns of our clients.