About Boothe Walsh Law and Mediation

Thank you for reaching out to Boothe Walsh L​aw & Mediation, LLC, a Johnson County, KS family law firm. We are pleased you have considered retaining a divorce attorney or mediator to assist you. At Boothe Walsh Law & Mediation, LLC we are focused on empowering our clients. We empower the wife who leaves her controlling partner. We empower the single dad who balances being both the only parent and working a full-time job. We empower the teen who makes a poor decision due to low self-esteem and negative peer pressure. We empower the couple who wants to amicably end their relationship, and begin their healthy co-parenting in two separate homes. We believe in equipping our clients with the resources and tools they need to work through the legal process and to come out on the other side stronger and healthier than they began. Our family law firm in Johnson County has dedicated divorce attorneys that are here to walk with you as you navigate the changes in your family life.

Organizations We Support

  • Friends of Johnson County Developmental Supports (JCDS) – Member of Board of Directors
  • Johnson County Bar Association – Member of Board of Directors
  • Johnson County Family Law Inn of Court – Member of Board of Directors
  • Heartland Mediators Association
  • Church of the Resurrection, Leawood
  • Kansas Women Attorneys Association
  • Olathe Public Schools Foundation – Women’s Giving Circle
  • Blue Valley Educational Foundation
  • St. Michael of the Archangel Parish, Leawood
  • Kansas Legal Services
  • Junior League of Kansas City
  • Drug and Alcoholism Council of Johnson County – Board Member
  • Kansas Bar Association

Our family law firm serves clients throughout Kansas (Johnson County, Leavenworth County, Wyandotte County, Douglas County, and Miami County) and Missouri (Jackson County, Platte County, and Clay County). Contact our divorce attorneys today to learn more about what we can do for you.

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