Mr. Kincaid’s practice emphasis is divorce and family law mediation. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and as such, is recognized as one of the country’s finest divorce lawyers. 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 barrister in the Earl O’Conner Inns of Court and a member of the Kansas Bar Association. As a trained mediator, Mr. Kincaid has helped hundreds 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. Mr. Kincaid lives on a farm in western Johnson County that has been in his family for five generations. Creative writing and running are his chief hobbies. He has completed several marathons and has written five novels: Death Walk at Acoma, published (Sunstone 1991); A Dog Named Christmas (Double Day 2008); Christmas with Tucker (Doubleday 2010); A Christmas Home (Crown 2012) and Tantric Coconuts (Crown 2014). The Hallmark Hall of Fame produced a film version of A Dog Named Christmas and it aired on CBS the Fall of 2009 and thereafter received a Genesis Award from the Humane Society. The Hallmark Movie Channel produced and aired Christmas with Tucker in the Fall of 2013. He has also published several short stories in Capper’smagazine. He is a frequent guest blogger on Petfinder.com and is actively involved in promoting pet adoption and rescue.
To find out more about Mr. Kincaid, please visit his webpage at sensibleseparation.com. There you can access his quarterly newsletters or if you would like to subscribe to the newsletter, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. He would be happy to add you to his email list.
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