Travis A. Wymore has a general civil trial practice and also specializes in probate, real estate, and business law in both Missouri and Kansas. Prior to joining Withers, Brant, Igoe & Mullennix in 2010, Travis practiced first in a Country Club Plaza area boutique firm specializing primarily in construction litigation before moving to a larger, downtown Kansas City firm where he practiced in the areas of construction and business litigation.

Areas of Practice

○ Litigation

○ Probate

○ Construction

○ Landlord/Tenant

○ Business Law

○ Real Estate

○ Estate Planning

○ Local Government


● Practices as a trial attorney with cases pending in a variety of practice areas
● Assists families in all aspects of probate and trust litigation, including matters affecting guardianship and conservatorship
● Possesses in-depth and technical understanding of Missouri and Kansas construction and lien laws
● Experienced in preparing, negotiating, and closing real estate and business transactions


● University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law - Juris Doctorate 2006
● University of Missouri-Columbia - Double Bachelor of Arts 2003


● Missouri Bar, 2006
● Kansas Bar, 2007
● U.S. District Courts for the Western & Eastern District of Missouri
● U.S. District Courts for the District of Kansas

Legal Affiliations

● Missouri Bar Association
● Kansas Bar Association
● Clay County Bar Association
● Kansas City, Missouri Bar Association


● Liberty Greater Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Chairman of the Board of Directors (2013)
  • Board Member (2011 – 2014)


● Travis A. Wymore, Sex Offender Wrongs & Parental Rights: How Missouri's Anti-Child Reunification Statute Restricts Fundamental Rights Through Unconstitutional Means, 74 UMKC L. Rev. vol. 4, 999 (2006)
● Co-Author of numerous construction law articles for the Kansas City Chapter of the American Subcontractors Association (2007 - 2010).


Travis was raised in Liberty, Missouri, where his family has lived for generations. Travis is an avid runner.


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