Larry C. Hoffman
Top Rated Family Law Attorney in Overland Park, KS
Attorney Larry C. Hoffman is a former prosecutor who has practiced civil and criminal law in Kansas for over 32 years. Such experience gives him great insights into how to counter the strategies used by opposing attorneys. He is known for settling cases through negotiation to avoid the time and expense of going to court. However, when negotiations are not successful, attorney Hoffman is always ready to take the cases he handles to trial.
Attorney Hoffman has provided representation to clients in thousands of court hearings and 75 jury trials. Over the course of his career, he has prevailed in murder trials, multimillion-dollar divorce cases, parental alienation cases and complicated child custody cases, dealing with people from all walks of life.
Due to his success in courtrooms across Kansas and Missouri, attorney Hoffman is a sought-after consultant among trial lawyers nationwide. Attorneys as far away as Texas and Florida seek his opinion on family law issues. As a result, client referrals from lawyers across the country are a significant part of his practice.
In addition to recognition from his peers, attorney Hoffman has a reputation for tireless and compassionate advocacy. His extensive experience in family and criminal law gives him a thorough understanding of the stress and emotional turmoil his clients are experiencing.
Attorney Hoffman is known for being highly responsive. He always informs each client about the status of their case and fights for a favorable outcome.
About Larry C. Hoffman
First Admitted: 1988, Kansas
Professional Webpage: http://opkslaw.com/DynamicAttorneys.shtml
- Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, B.S., Major: Administration of Justice
- Kansas, 1988
- Kansas Inn of Court
- Johnson County Bar Association
- Kansas Bar Association
- U.S. District Court Western District of Missouri, 1996
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Missouri, 1996
- U.S. District Court District of Kansas, 1988
- Missouri, 1996
Last Updated: 5/15/2022