Benjamin Long is a skilled estate planner and litigator with experience in a broad range of probate, property, and business matters. As a member attorney at Schlagel Long, he represents individuals and businesses in developing their legacies through estate and business planning, as well as protecting those interests in litigation when necessary. He has experience in representing clients in matters such as the creation of wills and trusts, breach of contract disputes, employment contract and confidentiality and non-compete issues, breach of fiduciary duty matters, constitutional law issues, probate matters and litigation, and property law.
Ben received his law degree from Washburn University Law School where he received a Certificate in Advocacy and was inducted into the Order of the Barristers, a national advocacy honorary organization for oral and written advocacy.
Before Law School, Ben received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Kansas State University where he participated in Student government, Track and Field, and Rugby.
Ben has been named a Super Lawyer Rising Star (awarded to only 2.5% of eligible attorneys), has received the Martindale-Hubbell Client distinction award (awarded to only 1% of eligible attorneys). Ben also enjoys teaching as an adjunct faculty member at Washburn Law School and as head coach of the Kansas State University Mock Trial Team.
When he is not practicing law or teaching, Ben can be found enjoying life in Olathe, Kansas with his two little girls and wife, Dr. Andra Long.