KERRY MORGAN | ASSOCIATE
After graduating from Missouri State University, summa cum laude, Kerry received her Juris Doctorate, summa cum laude, from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.
Kerry began her career as an attorney at Collins & Jones and has since built one of the premier estate planning practices in the Cass County area. Her practice is focused primarily on estate planning and administration of decedent estates. Kerry is skilled at transforming what can be a daunting and emotional task of planning for or administering a person’s affairs into manageable steps and guides families through the planning or administration process with efficiency and compassion.
Kerry also practices in the areas of real estate and business. In these areas, she handles a wide variety of matters, including business formation, purchase and sale transactions, and negotiation of franchise agreements.
Kerry grew up in Harrisonville, Missouri. She graduated from Missouri State University, summa cum laude, and went on to receive her Juris Doctorate, also summa cum laude, from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. While in law school, Kerry served as the Managing Editor for The Urban Lawyer and was awarded the Joseph E. Stevens, Jr. Memorial Prize and the West Publishing Company Award for Outstanding Scholarly Accomplishment, both recognizing her achievements in legal writing.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Estate Planning
- General Business and Corporate
- Real Estate
- B.S.Ed, History, summa cum laude, Missouri State University
- J.D., summa cum laude, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
AWARDS | HONORS | ACHIEVEMENTS
- Dean’s List, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
- Joseph E. Stevens, Jr. Memorial Prize
- West Publishing Company Award for Outstanding Scholarly Accomplishments
- American Bar Association
- Cass County Bar Association
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
- Missouri Bar Association
Kerry Morgan, Municipalities and Religion: The Lessons of Town of Greece v. Galloway, 47 URB. LAW. 339 (2015)