Founded in 2009 by Aubrey Gann-Redmon, AGR Legal Services, LLC has a track record of providing exceptional, prompt, and attentive service to clients, taking the stress out of litigation. In addition to being the founding and managing attorney of AGR Legal Services, LLC, Aubrey also serves as Of Counsel to McCambridge Law, LLC, a firm that is dedicated to representing working women in employment-related cases.
Aubrey graduated summa cum laude from Avila University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology. She went on to obtain her Juris Doctorate degree from University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law, where she received the Order of the Barrister’s honor for excellence in trial advocacy. Aubrey also served on the staff of the ABA journal Urban Lawyer, and received the CALI Excellence in Learning Award for her academic work in the areas of Criminal Law and Gender & Justice. While in law school, Aubrey held internships where she worked on federal death penalty appeals, complex probate and trust litigation cases, and personal injury lawsuits.
After law school, Aubrey was an associate at a boutique plaintiff’s personal injury firm where she worked on personal injury, employment discrimination, and social security disability cases. Aubrey eventually opened her own practice focusing on providing litigation consulting and support to plaintiff’s personal injury and employment discrimination attorneys and clients, and probate litigation. Currently, her practice focuses exclusively on litigating estate, trust, and probate cases, with experience in both defending and prosecuting legal malpractice actions in the area of probate.
Since starting AGR Legal Services, Aubrey has written and published numerous articles and taught classes and CLEs on probate and legal research techniques. Aubrey has also taught as an adjunct professor in the criminology department at Avila University, and is licensed to practice in both Kansas and Missouri. She served on the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association‘s Continuing Legal Education Advisory Committee in 2015 and 2016, and in the past, has served as the Vice Chair for the Solo & Small Firm Committee. Aubrey is also active in the Association for Women Lawyers, where she has been involved in the AWL Foundation’s Connections Mentorship Program since 2009, serving as a mentee from 2009-2013, and then as a mentor from 2014 through the present. She was also involved in the Foundation’s First Annual charity 5k committee. She is also a member of the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City. Aubrey was also voted SuperLawyers Rising Star in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 and Kansas City Business Journal’s Best of the Bar 2014, 2015, and 2016 by her peers.
Outside of her practice, Aubrey supports her community through charitable giving to Wayside Waifs, Hope Haven of Cass County, Lee’s Summit Meals on Wheels, and by supporting Cultivate Kansas City, an urban sustainable farming operation. Aubrey is married to Chet Redmon, a local artisan who owns CR Custom Ironworks, LLC, a shop that designs and builds custom ironwork sculptures and functional installations.
“As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly & clearly; and listen to others, even the dull & ignorant; they too have their story.” – Desiderata