Jeter Law Firm, LLP.
Serving Your Legal Needs since 1937
 
Emprise Bank Bldg., Suite 202
1200 Main
Hays, KS  67601
Telephone: 785-628-8226
Fax: 785-628-1376

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Joseph W. Jeter       Norman W. Jeter(1912-2009)      William W. Jeter

The Jeter Law Firm's roots extend back to 1937 when Norman W. Jeter established his law office in Hays.  He was later recognized by the Kansas Bar Association for 70 years of legal service.  Norman was a member of the Kansas Board of Regents from 1986 to 1990 and served as it's chairman.  The attorneys with the firm are graduates of the University of Kansas School of Law and are active in bar association activities as well as many governmental, civic and community endeavors.  The Honorable Edward Larson, a member of the firm from 1960 until November 1987, is a recently retired Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court.  The Honorable Jerry Moran, a member of the firm from 1983 until 1987, is now serving his first term as a U.S. Senator for the State of Kansas.  Joseph W. Jeter is past President of the Oil and Gas Section of the Kansas Bar Association and a member of the Kansas Judicial Council.  William W. Jeter is former President and member of the Board of Directors of the Kansas County Counselors Association.

Specializing in General Civil, Trial and Appellate Practice, Wills, Trust and Estate Planning, Probate, Health Law, Banking, Real Estate, Oil & Gas, Corporate and Business Law 

Clients: Allied Groups; Kansas Worker's Compensation Fund; Bank of Hays; Emprise Bank; Kansas Natural Gas, Inc.; DaMar Resources, Inc.; Castle Resources, Inc.; Murfin Drilling Company, Inc.; Central Operating; IA Operating, Inc.; Meridian Energy, Inc.; Liberty Operations & Completions, Inc.; Hays USD 489; LaCrosse USD 395; Otis-Bison USD 403; Paradise USD 399; Hays Medical Center; Rooks County Health Center; High Plains Mental Health Center; Developmental Services of Northwest Kansas, Inc.; FHSU Endowment; Board of Ellis County Commissioners; Eagle Communications; Hadley Foundation; Hays Recreation Commission.