Matthew T. Kincaid

Matthew T. Kincaid

Kincaid Business & Entrepreneurial Law, LLC
  • Real Estate Law, Landlord Tenant, Business Law...
  • Kansas, Missouri
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Summary

Matthew is a motivated and experienced attorney. He's a Kansas City metro area native and resident who is licensed to practice on both sides of the state line. He enjoys working with entrepreneurs as well as those who have an interest or a need in real estate. At his core, Matt is a cost-effective and creative problem solver.

Practice Areas
  • Real Estate Law
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Business Law
  • Trademarks
  • Employment Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Residential Real Estate
  • Service Marks
  • Trade Names
  • Non-Competes
  • Breaches of Contract
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards are accepted via online payments
  • Contingent Fees
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Matt's firm makes it convenient and easy for clients to pay: credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, Apple Pay, bank transfers, checks, and cash are all acceptable payments methods!
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Kansas
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Missouri
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10th Circuit
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Kincaid Business & Entrepreneurial Law, LLC
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Attorney
Dysart Taylor Cotter McMonigle & Montemore, P.C.
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Attorney
Martin, Pringle, Oliver, Wallace & Bauer, LLP
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Education
University of Kansas School of Law
J.D. (2012)
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MBA (2012) | Business Management
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Certificate | Business and Commercial Law
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B.A. (2008) | Economics; Psychology
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Awards
Rising Star
Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers
Lifetime Achievement Award
Marquis Who's Who
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Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers
Rising Star
Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers
Graduate of Leadership Overland Park
Overland Park Chamber of Commerce
Honoree - Most Wanted Auction
KC Magazine
Professional Associations
Missouri State Bar
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Kansas State Bar
- Current
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Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
Board Member of Young Lawyers' Section
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Publications
Articles & Publications
“INVESTING IN REAL ESTATE: TAX CONSIDERATIONS FROM REAGAN TO NOW”
Thinking Bigger Business Media
“WHY AN LLC MIGHT NOT BE RIGHT FOR YOUR BUSINESS”
Thinking Bigger Business Media
Speaking Engagements
Legal Considerations In Entrepreneurship, UMKC Block School of Business
Estate Planning Fundamentals, Basic Investments, Johnson County Community College
Certifications
Negotiation and Conflict Management
United States Institute of Peace
Websites & Blogs
Website
Kincaid Business & Entrepreneurial Law, LLC Website
Website
Lecturer Biography - University of Kansas School of Business
Blog
Business, Trademark, & Real Estate Law Blog
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. If I register a trademark, how long will that last? When do I have to renew it?
A: A U.S. trademark is capable of lasting for an indefinite period of time. One must continue to use the mark in commerce and defend it against infringement. Between the fifth and sixth year after registration, the registration owner must file a Trademark Act Section 8 affidavit of use (“Declaration of Use or Excusable Nonuse”) that includes fees and a specimen, among other things. Between the ninth and tenth year after registration, and at the end of each successive 10-year period after the date of registration (between the 19th and 20th year, the 29th and 30th year, etc.), the owner must file both a Section 8 affidavit (“Declaration of Use or Excusable Nonuse”) and a renewal application (“Application for Renewal”) under Section 9. Non-use of a mark for three consecutive years creates a presumption that the mark has been abandoned. Fees and requirements for maintaining registrations are subject to change. Please check the USPTO website for further information.
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Contact & Map
Kincaid Business & Entrepreneurial Law, LLC
5251 W. 116th Place
Suite 200
Leawood, KS 66211
USA
Telephone: (913) 735-7707
Cell: (913) 735-7707