Welcome to Galloway, Wiegers & Brinegar, P.A.

Galloway, Wiegers & Brinegar, P.A. is a small law firm serving north central Kansas with offices in Marysville and Seneca. GWB offers the advantages of a firm combined with the personal attention to each matter that is the hallmark of a small town practice, a unique combination in the communities we serve. The attorneys at GWB have a wide variety of practice areas; there are few things our team can't do for you, and if we can't assist you in your particular situation, we will help direct you to someone who can. Our practice areas include but are not limited to: probate, estate planning, trust administration, domestic/family law (divorce, parentage and custody), adoptions, guardianships and conservatorships, real estate (including escrow services), business planning and entity formation, contracts and transactional work, civil litigation, discrimination cases, collections, and landlord/tenant matters. GWB is also proud to represent many of the surrounding municipalities in its capacity as their City Attorney, serving as both an advisory role to the governing body, and as prosecutor for municipal court cases.

Our Team

Jason Brinegar

Jason joined Ed Wiegers and Tom Kier at Galloway, Wiegers & Heeney after graduating from law school in 2000.  Jason became a partner in 2002 and has been the managing partner since 2013.  Jason handles a wide range of legal issues but primarily focuses on Estate Planning and Administration.  In addition Jason's practice includes business planning, Real Estate and Litigation.  Jason is available to meet with clients in both Seneca and Marysville.  Jason resides in Marysville with his wife, Libby and four children.  Jason has previously served on many local boards and spends his free time in promoting the communities GWB serves.

Coleman Younger

Coleman joined Galloway, Wiegers & Brinegar in 2017. He started his legal career in southwest Kansas following his graduation from the Washburn School of Law in 2015, handling predominantly agricultural, domestic, and criminal matters in both Kansas and Wyoming. Since joining the GWB team, Coleman has expanded his practice to include civil litigation, business, municipal law, and other legal issues. Coleman resides in his hometown of Frankfort, and is available to meet clients in Marysville, Seneca, and Belleville, as well as Frankfort by appointment and phone consultations for Wyoming clients. He is active in the church, his family farm west of Frankfort, and is the associate head hockey coach at Kansas State University.