Kyle Krull is president of the Law Offices of Kyle E. Krull, P.A., an estate planning law firm located in Overland Park, KS. In addition, Kyle has written for and been quoted in a number of industry publications, including Trusts & Estates magazine, The National Law Journal, Lawyer’s Weekly USA, Broker World, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Kiplinger’s Retirement Report, Wealth and Retirement Planner, Bankrate.com, The Business Journal of Kansas City, KC Small Business, Ingram’s and Money.
Kyle has provided continuing education instruction to fellow attorneys, accountants and financial professionals at local, state and national programs.Request a Consultation
Kyle and his wife, Gretchen, have been married since 1981, and have three daughters. In addition to enjoying time with his family, Kyle is a Certified Instructor with Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, presenting Old Testament Seminars in local churches. Kyle serves on the Medical Ethics Committee of the Specialty Hospital of Mid-America and as a volunteer Attorney Advisor for Kansas City Hospice. Kyle serves as a Commissioner on the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission. When his schedule permits, you may find Kyle on family property outside Mound City, Kansas, tromping around in the woods or sitting on the creek bank. He is a lousy golfer.
Life & Estate Planning Attorney Kyle E. Krull has been quoted in and written for numerous publications and newsletters. You may learn more about Kyle's journalistic contributions through his In the Media page.Avvo Reviews & Ratings Martindale Ratings & Reviews
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