Jesse T. Paine, Attorney
Jesse T. Paine is a former Assistant District Attorney, where he prosecuted both felonies and misdemeanors, including DUI, traffic violations, and drug offenses. He also served as both an Assistant Attorney General and law clerk in the Kansas Attorney General’s Office, where he primarily focused on civil rights and bankruptcy litigation. Mr. Paine is licensed to practice before all the state courts of Kansas, including the Kansas Court of Appeals and the Kansas Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas, and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Paine is currently an Allied Attorney with the Alliance Defense Fund, a member of The Federalist Society, and a member of the Christian Legal Society. He received his law degree in 2006 from Washburn University School of Law, and bachelor’s degree in political science from Wichita State University.
Paine Law Firm, LLC is a full-service law firm representing clients in south-central-Kansas, including the Wichita, Kansas metropolitan area and surrounding counties. We offer a wide range of legal services to our clients.
For example, we provide assistance to entrepreneurs at all stages of their business development, from choosing what kind of entity to establish to providing ongoing legal support for their business needs. We help clients establish estate plans to carry out their final wishes and ensure their children and loved ones are provided and cared for when the clients are no longer able to provide for them.
At Paine Law Firm, we desire to help the client stand on their own two feet and assist clients struggling with debt burdens regain control of their financial futures without filing for bankruptcy protection. Finally, we defend people charged with crimes such as driving under the influence and other traffic-related offenses, as well as drug-related misdemeanors.
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