Wichita Divorce Attorneys For Men | Cordell & Cordell Kansas
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Wichita

Divorce is rarely easy. The process can impact your finances, your living situation, your retirement plans, and even the relationship you have with your children.

The family law attorneys at our Wichita, Kansas, office are committed to helping you understand the ramifications of your decisions and will do whatever they can to champion your rights and the rights of your children in Kansas family court.

Divorce Attorneys Dedicated to Helping Men

Our Wichita attorneys exclusively practice family law with a focus on men’s divorce. That helps them better understand the challenges men and fathers often face in the family court system.

It is our mission to help you through each step of the divorce, process so that you can start the next chapter of your life in a stable position.

Advocates For Dad’s Rights and Fathers’ Rights

Cordell & Cordell was founded in 1990 by Joseph E. Cordell and his wife, Yvonne. In the years since, the firm has battled numerous stereotypes that plague the family court system and make life difficult for men and fathers.

The firm has grown to more than 100 offices across the United States and is now one of the largest family law firm serving men in the world. In 2015, Cordell & Cordell expanded internationally by opening its first office in the United Kingdom.

Military
At Cordell & Cordell, we understand the unique challenges military families face during divorce.

National Client Testimonials

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“Julianne was very prompt in answering any email questions that I had. Her updates on my case were excellent, and she made me feel like she was always on top of things.”

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“[Stephen] knows his stuff and gives good advice.”

5/5

“… From the first time I walked into your office I’ve been amazed at the level of customer service, how responsive everyone has been, and really just how consistent, straightforward and forthcoming they’ve been so far.  I can’t say enough about how pleased I’ve been.  Two weeks after I retained there was an article in a magazine about Cordell, and with everything I read I couldn’t agree more.”