Ronald C. Mullennix, Kansas City Attorney



Ronald C. Mullennix, the primary emphasis of Ron’s practice is estate planning, probate and trust administration; together with real estate and general business law.

Ron joined Withers, Brant, Igoe & Mullennix, P.C. in 1986.

Areas of Practice

○ Estate Planning

○ Business Law

○ Real Estate

○ Probate & Trust Adminstration


Ron is an AV-rated attorney with over 35 years experience in working with individuals and families to accomplish their estate planning goals. He regularly prepared Wills, Revocable Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, Family Limited Partnerships, and Charitable Trusts in the course of advising clients in the areas of wealth management, business succession planning, asset protection, and gifting techniques. He also provides counsel to fiduciaries in estate and trust administration matters.

In addition, Ron has served as General Counsel for William Jewell College for over 25 years, and serves as President and Director of College Hill Investments (a subsidiary of William Jewell College).


● University of Missouri—Columbia (B.A., 1970)
● University of Missouri—Columbia (J.D., 1973)


● Admitted to practice in Missouri (1973)

Legal Affiliations

● The Missouri Bar
● Clay County Bar Association
● Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
● Missouri Bar Probate and Trust Committee
● Mid-America Planning Giving Council


Ron is active in civic and professional organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Liberty Hospital Foundation and the Missouri Baptist Foundation. He has previously served as Chairman of the Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce, President of the Liberty Rotary Club, as a Director of the Northland Community Foundation and Clay County Economic Development Commission, and as a member of the Central Governing Board of Children’s Mercy Hospital, among other activities.

He has served on the Liberty Planning and Zoning Commission, the Liberty Parks and Recreation Board, and is a recipient of the Missouri Municipal League “Civil Leadership Award.”

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