Alan Rosenak

Deer Creek Woods
Overland Park, Kansas 66213
United States
Office Phone: 913-593-5264
Member since 2015
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Lawyer, Attorney

Our business philosophy

We offer our clients "intelligent and compassionate family law." We listen to their unique situations and needs. We understand their stresses in family disputes. We strive to solve their legal problems with creative solutions. We try to be cost and time-efficient in our efforts. We strongly advocate for our clients.

We attempt to first solve client problems through the methods of collaborative law, negotiation and problem-solving, rather than initially pushing the case into litigation. This collaborative effort with clients and opposing attorneys reduces client stress, is time and cost-efficient, solves legal problems rather than creates them, and achieves more meaningful solutions for our clients.

Area(s) of Practice: At Rosenak Family Law, we offer intelligent and compassionate legal representation for people with family law problems. Contact us today to discuss your specific situation. From -- collaborative law, adoption, divorce, child support, grandparent rights, mediation and paternity cases -- to protecting abused and neglected children, we are dedicated to providing experienced legal representation that meets your legal needs. Services We represent clients in the following areas. Contact us today to see if we can assist you. ´╗┐Divorce, Separation, Annulment Collaborative Law, Mediation Adoption Child Support Grandparent Rights Paternity Child Abuse or Neglect Juvenile Crime Guardianship
License(s): Attorney, State of Kansas. 1986 to current.

Professional Activities

Since 1986, Alan W. Rosenak has been licensed in all District Courts in the State of Kansas and Kansas Federal Courts. He began as an associate with J. Bradley Short In 1986, then became a partner with McAulay, Heyl, Kincaid and Rosenak in 1987. The Rosenak Law Firm was established in 1999, until the present time. Born in Decatur, Illinois, Mr. Rosenak graduated from O'Fallon High School as an Illinois Presidential Scholar, after serving as Student Council President. Following graduation from graduate school with an M.A., Alan Rosenak attended Washburn School of Law in the State Capital, Topeka, Kansas, where he received his Juris Doctor with Dean's Honors. There he was an Associate Editor of the Law Review and worked as a Clerk for the Kansas Supreme Court. Alan has been married for 37 years and has 3 children. For years, Alan has coached youth soccer, baseball and loves serving children. He is a licensed youth, high school, and adult soccer referee. Alan serves on County Advisory Boards in the areas of both Adult and Juvenile Corrections. Mr. Rosenak is a certified Guardian Ad Litem in Kansas as an advocate for children. He serves on the Johnson County Bar Juvenile Bench Committee and Guardian Ad Litem Advisory Committee to the District Court. He has served as a Board Member of Marillac, a Regional Children's Psychiatric Hospital. He provides local leadership that supports and encourages Foster and Adoptive parents. Working with State Legislators in 2006, he initiated a new adoption bill containing grandparent rights that passed both Houses unanimously. Each year he works with various parties to advocate legislative changes beneficial to neglected or abused children. Clients are now demanding other solutions to resolve their legal disputes rather than litigation. These other processes help emotionally protect children in a divorce, offer client control of the process, offer creative solutions, and are very cost effective. For more than 28 years, Alan has been utilizing negotiation, mediation and collaborative law skills in help his clients reach productive win-win solutions. Alan has received specific training in mediation and collaborative law and has utilized these special skills to resolve difficult cases efficiently. He is a member of Heartland Mediators Association and International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

Undergraduate Education

Washburn School of Law, Juris Doctor 1986