*Voted "Best Attorney" in the
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(published by the Town & Country Leader, covering Clay County, Ray County, Caldwell County and Clinton County)



Protecting your good ideas...



and defending your bad ones.

Office location:   1902 West Jesse James Road
                                  Excelsior Springs, Missouri 64024

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816.476.6400 or 816.630.0305
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Kansas City Intellectual Property and General Practice Attorney


Located minutes from downtown Kansas City, the Law Office of Calan T. McConkey provides a convenient option for clients interested in obtaining intellectual property services on the north side of the Missouri River. If you like the idea of being able to get "big city" legal services without dealing with the traffic and congestion of downtown Kansas City, the Law Office of Calan T. McConkey has you covered.

The Law Office of Calan T. McConkey also offers a full-range of other services for those in need, including: criminal defense representation, domestic litigation (dissolution, divorce, paternity, custody, guardian ad litem), traffic tickets, personal injury cases, mediation, and various other matters.

Providing services in the following counties: Clay County, Ray County, Jackson County, Clinton County, Caldwell County, Platte County. Tickets issued through the Fine Collection Center can also be handled.

The Law Office of Calan T. McConkey has extensive experience representing clients with tickets and criminal matters in the following municipal courts: Excelsior Springs Municipal Court, Lawson Municipal Court, Richmond Municipal Court, Liberty Municipal Court, Independence Municipal Court, Kansas City Municipal Court, Mosby Municipal Court, Plattsburg Municipal Court, Lathrop Municipal Court, Holt Municipal Court, Gladstone Municipal Court, Orrick Municipal Court, Smithville Municipal Court, Cameron Municipal Court, Kearney Municipal Court, Pleasant Valley Municipal Court, Randolph Municipal Court, and other municipalities in the Kansas City metro area.



Recent Blog Posts

  • Excelsior Springs Municipal Court - Helpful Information Having a law office located in Excelsior Springs means that I am regularly in the Excelsior Springs Municipal Court. Court is typically held twice per month on Monday evenings at ...
    Posted Jun 19, 2014, 3:38 PM by Calan McConkey
  • Clever Commercial for Super Bowl XLVII, or 'El Plato Supreme' I was just sent an email from a dedicated reader (HT: CJM) with a video for a commercial that will air this Sunday, February 3, 2013, during Super Bowl XLVII ...
    Posted Feb 1, 2013, 1:17 PM by Calan McConkey
  • Understanding Mediation in Missouri: How It Could Help With Your Divorce, Custody Dispute, or Other Legal Matters It has become apparent to me that there is a lot of misinformation when it comes to mediation. Because of this, I thought it might be worthwhile to write a ...
    Posted Jan 25, 2013, 2:09 PM by Calan McConkey
  • Missouri Driving While Intoxicated Update: Is a Dirt Bike a 'Motor Vehicle'? An interesting case was handed down recently (September 12, 2012) that reminds me of a previous post I did about riding animals or riding a tandem bike while intoxicated (neither ...
    Posted Sep 14, 2012, 3:07 PM by Calan McConkey
  • What is a Ponzi Scheme? Preface: My current law clerk, John G. Bowen, has recently started his own website at www.LawBowen.com. He is about to begin his final year of law school at ...
    Posted Jul 30, 2012, 9:44 AM by Calan McConkey
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