Whether you’re creating your will, sorting through family affairs, or are dealing with criminal charges, there’s one thing you will always need: an advocate on your side. Working through any legal issues can be a difficult road to travel— and that’s where we come in. While working diligently towards best possible outcome for your specific situation, we will provide the guidance and support you need. We understand that what you're going through could very well be the worst time in your life...
Stephen W. “Steve” Johnson founded CornerStone Law in 1997. Today, CornerStone Law includes Mr. Johnson, three junior attorneys, and support staff.
Mr. Johnson has been continuously licensed in Kansas for more than 44 years. He’s active in the Newton community, serving with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Asbury Park, Boy Scouts, Newton’s Historic Preservation Commission, and the Chamber of Commerce.
Anastasia Leininger’s background in family law equips her to handle cases related to divorce, paternity, child support, separation, and third-party visitations.
During her time at Washburn University School of Law, Anastasia served as a director on the Child and Family Law Center board. After college, Anastasia served as a group home mother in the Denver, Colorado and Lubbock, Texas.
Victoria Eck graduated Magna Cum Laude from Wichita State University. She then graduated with Dean’s Honors, Distinguished Pro Bono Honors, and a Certificate in Child and Family Law from Washburn University School of Law.
Victoria has worked with organizations such as The ARC of Sedgwick County, Circle of Friends, Special Olympics, and Laughing Feet performers. Her practice areas include adoption, estate planning, probate, and family law.
Whitney Bolden specializes in the areas of criminal defense and family law. She holds her Juris Doctor degree from Washburn University School of Law.
During her first year out of college, Whitney worked for the State of Missouri 24th Judicial Circuit - Juvenile Division, where she prosecuted juvenile delinquents while ensuring the safety of abused and neglected children. Whitney has been admitted to both the Missouri Bar and Kansas Bar.
As a parent, the results of your case can have powerful and long-lasting implications for you and your children. At CornerStone Law, our attorneys understand your position and work hard to reach a favorable outcome.
We begin your case by listening to your story and empathizing with what you’re going through. From there, we provide honest and direct guidance. We understand that this case may be one of the most important events in your life, and we take that responsibility seriously. When you’re trying to provide the best possible life for your children, let the attorneys at CornerStone Law empower and support you.
We do everything we can to minimize the costs of your case. This enables you to focus on your case and strive for the best outcome — rather than worry about the expenses of doing so.
Nobody enjoys taking their case to court. We understand that this is a difficult experience, and we work with you to make the process as seamless and enjoyable as possible.
We’re passionate about changing the world for the better. Whether it’s by helping you through your case or volunteering with community organizations, we’re focused on meaningful connections.