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Alan F. Alderson, Attorney at Law

Alan Alderson has a law practice in Topeka (KS)
785-232-0753
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Administrative Law, Bankruptcy Law, Family Law, Workers Compensation matters.
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2101 SW 21st Street Topeka, KS 66604
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Administrative Law
Bankruptcy Law: Personal Bankruptcy
Family Law
Workers Compensation
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Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • Kansas (KS) 1974
Professional Organizations and Memberships
  • Kansas Bar Association
  • Kansas Bar Association, Fee Dispute Resolution Panel
  • Topeka Bar Association
  • Topeka Bar Association
  • Topeka Bar Association, Family Law Committee
  • Topeka Bar Association, Professional Ethics and Grievance Committee
Education

Degree:J.D.
School:Washburn University School of Law
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Degree:B.S.
School:University of Kansas
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Languages
English
Territory of Practice

Kansas

Shawnee: Topeka

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