Dan Forker
Dan W. Forker, Jr was born in Wichita on January 31, 1942. He graduated from Haven High School  in 1959, Hutchinson Community College in 1961 and obtained his BA and JD degrees from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas in June 1966.  While attending Hutchinson Community College he was active in collegiate debate placing Third in the National  Junior College Debate Tournament as a Freshman and was The National Champion Collegiate Debater at the National Junior College Debate Tournament as a Sophomore.

Upon graduation from Washburn University Law School in 1966, he joined the law firm of Hodge, Reynolds and Smith.  That firm is the predecessor to the existing firm of  Forker, Suter, Robinson, & Bell LLC which he is the Senior and Managing partner.  Two years after graduation from Law School he was appointed Hutchinson Municipal Judge. He was the youngest sitting Judge in the State of Kansas at the time of his appointment. He handles domestic, reorganization bankruptcy and civil business litigation cases and is an experienced litigator.

His reorganization bankruptcy practice involves representation of debtors in larger cases. Individually he has more confirmed Chapter 12 Bankruptcy cases than any other attorney in the state of Kansas and has clients in most counties of the state. He is the author of multiple writings for the Kansas Bar Association and is the author of the Chapter 12 Section of the current K.B.A. handbook on Bankruptcy. He is past Chairman of the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Section of the K.B.A. and is presently the Chairman of the Bankruptcy Section.

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