About Catherine Earnshaw-HobbsFamily Law Attorney and Divorce Attorney--Assisting clients and their families for over 38 years in family law, divorce, estate planning, wills & trusts, elder law, DWI, DUI and traffic matters.
I am married and have two step-sons and a beautiful 2 year old granddaughter. My husband and I spend most of our free time with our family.
My practice involves working with families to help them resolve a fairly wide variety of issues. I do a lot of work with families who are divorcing and unmarried parents whose relationship is breaking apart.
We also work with people who are planning for their future by way of estate planning, wills & trusts. We believe that it is important to plan not only for the ultimate distribution of your assets, but also to make sure that you are provided for as well as may be in the event you need your money spent for your needs.
Where families include children who are not legally a part of the family, we help families with step-parent adoptions.
- Domestic Violence
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning
- Family Law
Additional Practice Areas
- Step Parent Adoption
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Visa and Master Card
- Free Consultation
- We offer a 1/2 free initial consultation for new clients.
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- We offer limited representation services in addition to our hourly services and fixed fee services.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law - University of Missouri-Kansas City||J.D.||Law|
|University of Missouri - Kansas City||B.A.|
WEBSITES & BLOGS
RT @markscheffler: Compelling & chilling video look at life in ISIS's home base of Raqqa, Syria. w/ @ReemMakhoul http://on.wsj.com/1BH3bOS http://t.co/ZBdSXgXqUt— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 7.5 hours ago
@The_Analyst Did you send that reminder to your interns?— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 8.8 hours ago
@rblotnicky Midcontinent Public library's genealogical library - last 2are pretty hard core— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 9.2 hours ago
@rblotnicky Mom's family were Norsemen who were mercenaries for the Duke of Normandy. Dad's family were Brits (the ones invaded)— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 9.7 hours ago
@rblotnicky So true. My dad told us family stories as we were growing up. It as great. Seems my family invaded itself in 1066 ...— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 9.7 hours ago
@rblotnicky If your kids are old enough, you might want yo help them track down your family's history from that side.— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 9.8 hours ago
@rblotnicky That's something that's seriously cool to have in your family— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 10.2 hours ago
@rblotnicky probably, but you need to get it appraised to put a number on it— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 10.9 hours ago
@felixsalmon so the fools that drive them are harder for the police to find. Sorry just got cut off by a fool in a black escalade— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 1 day ago
@SapienQuis USPS ran out of fuel for the trucks and had to walk? Just a guess.— Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs (@lslawyer) 1 day ago