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Darrel Johnson

Elder Law Attorney Darrel  Johnson

Graber & Johnson Law Group, LLC

714 Poyntz Avenue Suite C
Manhattan, KS 66502
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Attorney Profile

Darrel E. Johnson, attorney and counselor-at-law, is the senior partner of Graber & Johnson Law Group, LLC, Manhattan, Kansas, which he and long-time colleague, Steven W. Graber, formed in 2014 with the merger of White & Johnson, LLC, Elkhart, Kansas, and Steven W. Graber, P.A., Manhattan, Kansas.

Darrel is a graduate of Hugoton High School, Hugoton, Kansas, 1969, MidAmerica Nazarene University, Olathe, KS, 1973, and the University of Kansas School of Law, Lawrence, Kansas, 1976.

Firm Description 

Our practice is devoted to serving clients in the highly specialized areas of estate and business planning. We routinely handle matters involving the creation of trusts, wills, limited liability companies, limited partnerships and corporations, as well as trust administration, probate, real estate, and oil and gas.

Our firm was formed in 2014 through the merger of the law offices of Steven W. Graber, P.A. in Manhattan, Kansas and White & Johnson, LLC in Elkhart, Kansas.

Our main production offices are located in Manhattan, Elkhart, and Hugoton, Kansas. We advise clients across the state through those offices and satellite work spaces in Norton, McPherson, and Overland Park. Other locations are available by appointment

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Firm Website: www.graberjohnson.com

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