Greg Kincaid has practiced law in Kansas City for 40 years. He specializes in family law mediation, collaborative law and limited representation. Greg has mediated more than 1,000 divorces and has been repeatedly recognized by his peers as a Kansas “Super Lawyer” in the area of Family Law.
Greg is certified by the State of Kansas as a Domestic Mediator and has completed an internship with Johnson County Domestic Court Services. He has served as a member of the Family Law Bench Bar Committee of the Johnson County Bar Association where he assisted in drafting the Family Law Guidelines and is a member of the Ethics Committee. He is a Master in the Family Law Inns of Court. As a trained mediator and collaborative divorce attorney, Mr. Kincaid has helped many families avoid the traditional adversarial approach to separation, divorce, and other family issues.
Greg lives in Johnson County. He has completed several marathons and has written six novels: Death Walk at Acoma (Sunstone 1991); A Dog Named Christmas (Random House 2008); Christmas with Tucker (Random House 2010); A Christmas Home ( Random House 2012); Tantric Coconuts (Random House 2014), and Noelle (Penguin Random House, 2017).
The Hallmark Hall of Fame produced A Dog Named Christmas and it aired on CBS in the Fall of 2009 and thereafter received a Genesis Award from the Humane Society. Christmas with Tucker premiered on the Hallmark Movie Channel (HMC) in 2013 and was the most-watched original movie premiere in HMC network history. Mr. Kincaid is a pet adoption advocate and a frequent guest blogger on Petfinder.com.
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