Doug Longhofer joined Martin Pringle as an associate after graduating from Washburn University School of Law in the spring of 2009. Before attending law school, Doug worked for two years as an engineer in the aircraft industry. Doug’s experience in a profession that requires such minute attention to detail as engineering has helped him transition to a transactional law practice. Doug practices in the areas of estate planning, trust and estate administration and business organizations, with an emphasis on taxation.
Ken Dannenberg offers considerable experience in transactional law. His practice includes business law, estate planning, real estate transactions, and tax matters. Ken represents businesses, both large and small, as well as individuals.
Kelly Clark accepted a part-time position at a law firm when she was a freshman in high school. She quickly determined that she had no intention of straying from the legal profession, the practitioners she admired, and the clients she was dedicated to helping. Today, she remains committed to educating her clients and helping them find peace of mind.
Tom Hamill grew up in a family of seven children with a father who was an independent business owner. This environment fostered Tom’s independent streak and gave him an appreciation for the risks and benefits associated with entrepreneurial endeavors. Tom’s law practice has focused on business owners – whether representing them in commercial litigation or assisting in their professional and personal succession planning needs. Tom’s father was his first, and to date most challenging. business client. As he did when representing his father’s company, Tom welcomes the opportunity to employ creativity and plain old hard work to meet the needs of the business community.
Tom began his legal career in a small firm in western Kansas. He served briefly as an officer in the Trust Department of Commerce Bank of Kansas City. Thereafter he became an Assistant United States Attorney in Kansas City, where he tried many civil and criminal cases over the next four years. In the mid 1970s, he founded his own firm and began to build his commercial/business practice. In 1996, Tom and Scott Tschudy opened the Martin Pringle office in Overland Park, Kansas. He is admitted to practice law in both Kansas and Missouri.
During his legal career, Tom has been active in numerous professional associations. He is Past President of the Johnson County Bar Association, the Johnson County Bar Foundation, and the Kansas Bar Association. He has been a member of the American Bar Association House of Delegates for the past 17 years, serving currently as the Kansas Delegate to the House, and a member of the Nominating Committee of the House of Delegates. Tom also served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System for nearly four years.
Eric Hansen married his high school sweetheart and is a lifelong sports enthusiast. He loves to play golf and to watch the KU Jayhawks on the basketball court. Eric’s loyalties run deep in his professional life as well. Although he moved to the full-time practice of law after spending sixteen years as a certified public accountant (and achieving partnership status with Deloitte & Touche), Eric maintained his concentration in financial matters, with a strong background in tax, accounting, and business.
Eric brings a very personal approach to developing plans and strategies for estate, tax, and business clients. He is equally at ease when working through a small estate plan or negotiating a multi-million dollar business transaction. Eric strives to meet the client’s needs with a focus on listening and responding to the client’s goals. Offering sound legal analysis, in-depth knowledge of the law, and relevant industry experience, Eric stands as a compelling voice for both the firm and its clients.
Forbush Legal Offices, P.C.1230 Tenderfoot Hill Road, Suite 305
Colorado Springs, CO 80906719-473-6654
Web Address: http://www.forbushlegal.com/
firstname.lastname@example.orgOur mission is to be the best legal resource for our clients in meeting their unique legal planning objectives. Our focus goes beyond simply designing and implementing legal strategies. We focus on fostering close relationships with our clients and their other professional advisors. We believe that effective legal planning can only be done with the help of a counseling-based, relationship-oriented law firm – we are that law firm.
Successful legal planning is built upon a solid foundation of trust, respect and open communication. Here’s what sets us apart.
•Focus on defining and meeting our clients’ objectives and not simply on completing a transaction
•Provide comprehensive, effective legal solutions and not on simply providing a legal “tool”
•Forge collaborative relationships with our clients’ professional advisors to maximize value to our clients
•Aggressively pursue the best in continuing legal education and technologies
•Constantly inform our clients and their advisors about the best legal tools and techniques available
•Identify legal issues before they become legal problems – planning is far superior to reacting
•Maintain memberships in the most respected legal and professional organizations
•Build lasting relationships with our clients so that their plans work when needed and as intended
•Never lose sight of what is best for our clients and their families
As part of our commitment to client relationships we offer flexible appointments including evenings and weekends as needed. Initial consultations are generally complimentary and we base our fees for most engagements on flat rates rather than hourly charges.
Forbush Legal clients enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing their unique legal needs are being expertly and personally addressed.Kevin Forbush is an attorney and inactive CPA licensed in both Colorado and California. Kevin’s combination of legal and accounting experience makes him uniquely qualified to counsel clients on the complex issues where the law, taxes and financial matters intersect. Kevin focuses his practice on estate planning, tax planning, asset protection and business planning.
Kevin earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (with a concentration in Accounting) from California State University, San Bernardino, in 1982 and his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of California, Hastings College of Law in 1988. Kevin retired in 2006 as a Lieutenant Colonel from the United States Air Force Reserves after 24 years of active-duty and reserve service. He served most of his military career as a member of the Air Force Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps.
He is currently a member of the Colorado State Bar, the Trust and Estates Section of the Colorado Bar Association, the El Paso County Bar Association, the State Bar of California, and the Colorado Springs Financial Planning Association (FPA). Kevin was selected as the 2009 “Best Lawyer” by the Colorado Springs Independent. Forbush Legal Offices was selected as the “Best Law Firm” in 2010 by the Colorado Springs Business Journal. He is a member of the Laureate Circle for Wealth Advisors and serves on the development committee of the Ecumenical Social Ministries. He is also a member of Springs Best, a networking group of premier local business owners.Colorado Estate Planning, Estate Administration,
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