Get To Know Aaron Cook

Aaron Cook, Attorney at Law, has over 20 years of experience helping individuals and businesses with various transactions and financial matters. He has served as attorney to thousands of satisfied clients in Independence, Missouri, in the greater Kansas City region, and throughout the world. These matters include trusts, wills, estates, probate disputes, negotiations, business structure and investment, business management, real estate transactions, and intellectual property. His thorough but friendly approach puts clients at ease, allowing peace of mind in understanding the process and in reaching their objectives.

Comprehensive Business Solutions by Aaron: Expertise Across Diverse Industries and Global Markets

In the business realm, Aaron has specifically helped clients to organize businesses, structure investment, manage employees, secure and protect intellectual property, buy or sell real estate, buy or sell enterprises, manage potential legal liabilities, settle disputes, hire litigation counsel and manage lawsuits, and wind down or terminate operations. These business clients span many different markets, including software and applications, real estate development and management, hospitality operations, medical/dental and other professional services, banking and financial services, trucking, manufacturing, auto repair, dance studio, nursing agencies, restaurants, waste hauling, general contracting, construction trades, and importing and exporting. Most of these organizations are in Kansas and Missouri, but he can also help organizations worldwide on a number of projects.

Working with Non-Profits

Aaron has also served as attorney to many non-profit organizations in Kansas and Missouri, including churches, schools, veteran’s organizations, and labor unions.

Aaron’s Personal Legal Services: Planning for the Future with Trusts, Wills, and Powers of Attorney

For individuals, Aaron provides personal lawyering to prepare for the future. He helps individual clients evaluate plans for death or disability, then to write trusts, fund trusts, write wills, and to establish various powers of attorney for both financial and medical matters.

Aaron Cook: Yale Law and Brigham Young University Alumnus

Aaron Cook is a graduate of Yale Law School, 1998, and Brigham Young University, 1995. He is licensed to practice law in Missouri and Kansas and is registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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