Paul R. Himmelstein Joins Lewis Rice Kansas City Office

Lewis Rice is pleased to announce that Paul R. Himmelstein has joined the Corporate Department in the Kansas City office as a member. Paul works with his clients on a variety of business, real estate, taxation, and estate planning matters. He assists with business formation, choice of entity decisions, contract review, real estate transactions, and employment issues. In his estate planning practice, Paul drafts wills, revocable trusts, family limited partnerships, limited liability companies, irrevocable insurance trusts, grantor retained annuity trusts, qualified personal residence trusts, and various charitable trusts. 

"We are pleased to have Paul join our team at Lewis Rice," said managing member Thomas M. Martin. "The addition of Paul to our Corporate, Tax, and Estate Planning Department aligns with our Firm’s focus of providing sophisticated legal counsel and custom-tailored solutions to our clients. We have a great deal of respect for the background, experience, and insight he brings to the Firm.”

Paul is extremely active in civic organizations and was named to Ingram’s 2012 class of Forty under 40 and the Dan Fingersh Young Leadership Award in 2018.

Prior to joining Lewis Rice, Paul served as President of Van Osdol, P.C. for two years and was a partner there for twelve years.

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