Frank Robert Flaspohler
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Frank Robert Flaspohler is a native of mid-Missouri, having grown up on a farm in Howard County, Missouri. He returned home after law school and opened a private practice in January 2011, initially located on the Courthouse Square above the Commercial Trust Building. Today, his office is located on the street in the former location of the Thurman Paint & Decorating store.
Frank is married to Kathryn Flaspohler, and together, they have three young children, Frankie Kneuven, Gracelyn Louise & Abigail Elizabeth. They live on a small farm outside of Fayette, Missouri, where they raise Polled Hereford cattle, chickens and a few row crops. Outside of the office, Frank enjoys working on the farm with his family, and makes an annual trip to show cattle at the Missouri State Fair.
Admissions to Practice
United States Supreme Court
(January 2017 to Present)
Missouri Supreme Court
(June 2010 to Present)
United State District Court, Western District of Missouri
(April 2012 to Present)
Loyola University of New Orleans, College of Law
Juris Doctor, May 2009
Bachelor of Arts, May 2006
Presentations & Publications
The Missouri Sunshine Law (January 2016)
Presentation materials provided to the Board of Alderman of the City of Armstrong including updates on important issues.
Closing Public Roads (January 2014, 2015 & 2016)
Presentation & training for County Commissioners at annual state-wide training providing by the Missouri Association of Counties.
Published by the Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law, Winter 2009.