Scott W. Sexton was admitted to the Kansas Bar and to practice before U.S. District Court, District of Kansas in 2003. He began his career working for the state of Kansas’ Public Employee Retirement System (KPERS) where he was first exposed to the areas of estate planning and elder care law. In the spring of 2004, he joined Scott, Quinlan, Willard, Barnes & Keeshan LLC, a private law firm in Topeka and then founded The Law Office of Scott W. Sexton in 2009. The Law Office of Scott W. Sexton specializes in the area of estate planning. Sexton maintains a network of individual clients and serves as the accredited attorney with American Benefits Advocates to direct their trust program. Furthermore, he serves as an accredited attorney for the Department of Veterans Affairs to better serve his clients who are veterans or widow(er)s. As a former general practitioner, he is also well versed in a wide array of legal topics ranging from civil litigation, bankruptcy, criminal law and family law. Sexton is in good standing to practice in the state of Kansas. His bar number is 21295 and verification of his status can be obtained by contacting the Kansas State Supreme Court. Sexton earned his J.D. from the Washburn School of Law in Topeka, Kansas, and a Bachelor of Arts from George Washington University. During his tenure at Washburn School of Law, Sexton was recognized and awarded for numerous competitions, including Juryck-Royale Moot Court Competition, 2001 (second place); Albany School of Law Moot Court Competition, 2003; Fordham Moot Court Competition, 2002 (octafinalist, top Washburn Individual Placement).