Contact Brent at (913) 706-2384 for a free initial consultation.
Brent is an attorney and former nursing home administrator. He focuses his practice on Estate Planning and Elder Law. Because of his own life experiences, Brent especially appreciates serving the elderly, farmers, parents of children with special needs, and business owners with charitable intent.
Brent graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2005, and practiced law for over four years as Associate General Counsel at National Christian Foundation—Heartland ("NCF").
Brent represented NCF in a variety of legal matters. He also advised donors and financial professionals on charitable gift and tax planning, and facilitated gifts of real estate, business interests, and other assets. While at NCF, Brent worked with local and national non-profits across the country.
Brent continues to speak and teach on topics such as Giving and Stewardship, and serves as Chairman of a charitable endowment fund. He has a passion for charitable giving, and enjoys helping clients make gifts in the most tax beneficial ways possible.
Brent knows the elderly in a very personal way. He has spent thousands of hours with mentally and physically compromised seniors, helping solve their legal and personal problems. He also has worked extensively with people suffering from Alzheimer’s. As an administrator, Brent guided his teams to excellent survey results. More importantly, he twice received commendations by the Family Council for his dedication and care of residents.
Brent married Beth on June 11, 2000, and they have five children. Brent enjoys research, teaching, laughter, and spending time with his family. His family’s charitable interests include helping the fatherless and other children in need, as well as the elderly. He is active in his local church.
University of Kansas, J.D.
Kansas State University, B.S., Physical Science
Peru State University, Teaching Certificate