Jason J. Fletes
Prior to law school, Jason J. Fletes worked as a police officer, and after law school he moved on to become a prosecutor with the County Attorney’s Office for Franklin County, Kansas. Because of that background, Jason has experience handling both felony and misdemeanor matters as well as routine municipal court matters, including DUI, driver’s license issues, and traffic tickets. His practice areas are diverse; in addition to an active criminal defense practice, Jason devotes a substantial amount of his practice to family law matters, including complex divorce, property divisions, child custody, paternity, child support cases, guardianships and adoptions. Jason’s practice areas also include probate administration, complex and simple estate planning, including wills and trusts. He also represents plaintiffs and defendants in both large and small litigation cases, including those involving personal injury, workers’ compensation, business disputes, and contract matters. Additionally, he assists clients in pursuing claims for Social Security disability.
Jason will make every effort to resolve your case in an efficient manner. He enjoys trying cases and representing clients in courts in both Kansas and Missouri. Like many personal injury and other specialist lawyers, he accepts cases on an hourly, flat fee, or contingent fee basis (depending upon the type of case, however, no family law or criminal cases are taken on a contingent fee basis).