With over four decades of legal experience, Tom Williamson brings extensive knowledge to clients in business and commercial transactions, banking, trusts, estate planning, and real estate law — serving as trusted counsel for several Kansas banks and companies. Whether you want to form a business entity or sell a company, Tom helps clients do all that and more.
Tom was born in Dodge City, Kansas, in 1948. He attended Washburn University, where he majored in accounting and received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from in 1970. He then went on to earn his JD degree from Washburn University School of Law in 1973.
Tom is a member of the Kansas Bar Association and Saline-Ottawa County Bar Association, which he served as president in 1986. He currently helps Kennedy Berkley clients with business transactions — from forming entities to selling companies — and serves as counsel for several Kansas banks and companies.
Washburn University, BS
Washburn University School of Law, JD
When it comes to business and commercial transactions, banking, trusts, estate planning, and real estate, there are few more knowledgeable than Tom. He takes the time to understand the full scope of your needs to determine the best path forward. Discover why Kansas banks and businesses trust Tom with their legal matters.
Because banking attorneys have been integral to Kennedy Berkley since our inception in 1961, we are uniquely qualified to provide financial institutions with timely, cost-effective legal services that meet their unique business needs.