Jason Bock received his Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree in Finance, magna cum laude, from Fort Hays State University in 2007. He studied law at the University of Kansas School of Law, concentrating in the areas of probate, estate planning, taxation and business law. His affiliation with Fleeson Gooing began during law school, taking part in the firm’s summer associate program. Mr. Bock began his practice with the firm full-time in 2010 and has been an member since 2017.
Mr. Bock’s professional practice is primarily focused in the area of trusts, estates, and probate law. In addition to counseling clients regarding their rights and duties in these areas, he also represents both fiduciaries and beneficiaries when disagreements or disputes arise, advises individuals and families in planning their estates, and helps clients set up and administer guardianships and conservatorships for minors or impaired adults.
Mr. Bock’s courtroom experience extends beyond the areas of trusts and estates and includes general litigation matters as well. Guided by the principle that litigation is seldom the best first option, particularly in estate and family disputes, he routinely counsels clients to explore early pragmatic solutions to avoid expense, better control the outcome, and preserve relationships.
Mr. Bock is a member of the Wichita Bar Associations. He has presented to lawyers and other legal professionals in the areas of legal ethics, probate administration and litigation, and estate planning. He has earned the designation of “Rising Star” for Estate & Trust Litigation in the 2015-2020 editions of Super Lawyers for Missouri and Kansas.
In his free time, you might find Mr. Bock working on any number home projects, tending a wood-fired smoker, or spending time with his wife and playing with his two daughters.
- Corporate and Business Law
- Estate Planning, Trusts and Probate Law
- Trust and Probate Litigation
- Guardianships and Conservatorships
- Business and Commercial Litigation
- Wichita Bar Association
- Wichita Bar Association Young Lawyers
- United Way of the Plains