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Dogs and the Law – What You Need To Know

  • 21 Aug 2019
  • 6:15 PM
  • Church of the Resurrection Pet Ministry, 13720 Roe Avenue, Building A, Room - Parlor, Leawood, KS

Dogs and the Law – What You Need To Know

The Church of the Resurrection Pet Ministry

13720 Roe Avenue, Leawood, KS

August 21, 2019 – 6:15 pm

Building A, Room - Parlor

PLEASE REGISTER:  To register for the August class, please email Linda Haney at lindahaney@outlook.com

Dogs and the Law – What You Need To Know

Animal law is the body of law surrounding pet ownership, wildlife, animals used in the entertainment industry and animals raised for food and research. Important issues in animal law include animal cruelty, companion animal concerns, animal breeding and animal estate planning.

Our speaker, Greg will share his knowledge about how the law has historically looked at animals and some promising new trends. He will also discuss the role of pets in divorce and things to think about when estate planning for pets.

Greg Kincaid is not only a lawyer practicing in Overland Park, KS, he is an animal lover, a New York Times Best Selling author of several dog themed novels including “A Dog Named Christmas” and “Christmas with Tucker.” Both of these best sellers have been made into Hallmark movies. Greg primarily practices as a divorce mediator and has helped many families resolve issues around their pets. He has published several articles on dogs and the law and written about service dogs and their use in the courthouse.

After the presentation, Greg will have some of his books available for purchase and is happy to autograph the books for you.  Books are $15.00 each (check or cash only (no credit cards). If you would like to reach out to Greg, in advance, you may contact him at gkincaid@hrkklaw.com.


Mr. Kincaid’s practice emphasis is divorce and family law mediation. He has been recognized by his peers as a Kansas “Super Lawyer” in the area of family law. He is certified by the State of Kansas as a Domestic Mediator and has completed an internship with Johnson County Domestic Court Services. He is a former member of the Family Law Bench Bar Committee of the Johnson County Bar Association where he assisted in drafting the Family Law Guidelines. He is a member of the Johnson County Ethics Committee. He is a former member of the Earl O’Conner Inns of Court, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and the Kansas Bar Association. As a trained mediator, Mr. Kincaid has helped thousands of families to avoid the traditional adversarial approach to separation, divorce and other family issues.

Mr. Kincaid helped to start the Changing Lives through Literature program and served as the chairman of the Optimist Oratory Contest for seven years. Creative writing and running are his chief hobbies. He has completed several marathons and has written five novels: He is a frequent guest blogger on Petfinder.com and is actively involved in promoting pet adoption and rescue. He is also actively involved with High Aspirations, a group that provides mentoring for young African American males.

PLEASE REGISTER:  To register for the August class, please email Linda Haney at lindahaney@outlook.com


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