Stephen J. Blaylock
Stephen Blaylock practices primarily
in the areas of divorce, pension, estate planning and selected
areas of tax. He received his B.A. degree in economics in 1968
and J.D. degree in 1971, both from the University of Kansas. Mr.
Blaylock is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court,
in addition to the Kansas state and federal courts. Admitted to
He is a frequent lecturer and author for the Kansas Bar Association,
Washburn Law School and other organizations that sponsor programs
in divorce for lawyers and judges.
His areas of lecturing and writing include
valuation of closely held business, tax planning and pension law
as they relate to divorce. He authored "Retirement Benefits:
Tax Ramifications Reviewed and Applied," (1993 summer edition
of the Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.)
Mr. Blaylock annually co-authors "Family Law" chapter
for the Kansas Bar Association Annual Survey. Mr. Blaylock also
authors the "Tax" section and co-authors the "Property
and Maintenance" section of the Kansas Bar Association Family
Law Handbook with updates. Mr. Blaylock is a past member of the
Kansas Bar Association Family Law section of which he was the chairperson.
Mr. Blaylock is a member of the American Academy of Matrimonial
Lawyers and serves on the Divorce Taxation Committee of that organization.
He is trained in mediation arbitration and also offers those services
in the domestic area.