Welcome to Short, Borth & Thilges Attorneys at Law, LLC
Short, Borth & Thilges, Attorneys at Law, LLC, an “AV” rated family law practice, who has been listed in the “Best Lawyers in America” since 1987, is located in Overland Park, Johnson County, Kansas. Short, Borth & Thilges, LLC was founded in 1991 by J. Bradley Short and Ray L. Borth, two matrimonial law attorneys, both of whom had been in practice in Kansas for more than twenty-five years. Short, Borth & Thilges, LLC is today a firm of six attorneys concentrating exclusively on family law cases in Kansas and Missouri. The attorneys of Short, Borth & Thilges, LLC and their qualified team of support staff concentrate their practice solely on family law matters. The attorneys and staff at Short, Borth & Thilges are dedicated and compassionate attorneys who will advocate for their clients while also doing their best to preserve the relationship of spouses going through the divorce process or other family law processes. Our team will attempt to keep the parties as “friendly” as possible during what may be the most emotional time of their life. Our goal is to efficiently, economically and amicably move our clients and their families through the legal process whether it be a divorce, a paternity action, a post divorce matter or other family law matter. Our attorneys are highly qualified and experienced in negotiating, mediating and litigating family law issues.
Many of the attorneys at Short, Borth & Thilges are listed in such publications as Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers, Ingram’s and Martindale-Hubbel. In addition, our attorneys are actively involved in our local bar and serve on many bar association committees and hold various positions on our local bar boards, including the Johnson County Bar Association, the Johnson County Bar Foundation, the Johnson County Family Law Bench Bar Committee and the Johnson County Family Law Section.
The attorneys at Short, Borth & Thilges, LLC specialize in the drafting and negotiation of pre-marital or post-marital agreements, filing of divorce, annulment and paternity actions, the calculation, negotiation and modification of child support orders and more. > More