Denise Ramos

Attorney and Owner

Denise was born and raised in a small town in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. She studied at the Universidad Autonoma de Chihuahua where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and later moved to Kansas City, Kansas where she continued her studies at the University of Missouri in Kansas City, receiving degrees in Criminal Justice and the Spanish Language. Denise served as a legal interpreter in municipal, state and federal courts while studying at the University. She also had the opportunity to work in the juvenile justice department of Jackson County, Missouri before dedicating to full time study for her Juris Doctor at the University of Washburn in Topeka, Kansas.

After completing her Juris Doctor, she opened her law office in Kansas City, Kansas, committing herself to helping the Hispanic community.


  • Licensed in Kansas
  • Admitted to US District Court for the District of Kansas
  • Member of the Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Member of the Kansas State Bar Association
  • Member of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association

Danielle Wingfield


DANIELLE N. WINGFIELD was born and raised here in the Kansas City metropolitan area. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Kansas State University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Spanish. After graduation, Danielle worked for a non-profit counseling center, assisting families with children suffering from severe mental illnesses. She later attended the University of Tulsa College of Law, receiving her J.D. with highest honors in 2014.

Upon receipt of her Kansas law license, she began practicing criminal defense for the Public Defender Office. During her time there, she defended low-income individuals charged with felonies in the state of Kansas. She has represented defendants in several jury trials and has been a passionate advocate for the rights of each individual client throughout the entire criminal process.

In January of 2017, she joined Denise at LeBaron-Ramos Law Firm as an Associate Attorney to focus her work with the underrepresented Hispanic community.


  • Kansas Bar License 2014
  • Federal District Court of Kansas admission 2016
  • Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Member of the Kansas Bar Association
  • Member of the Johnson County Bar Association

Timothy Olson


Timothy was born in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia and immigrated to the United States at a young age, ultimately growing up in Overland Park, Kansas. He developed a passion for serving the Hispanic community while learning Spanish in high school. He went on to graduate summa cum laude from Vanderbilt University with a degree in Latin American Studies.

Timothy carried that passion for the Hispanic community into KU Law School, where he began to develop his advocacy skills. During his final year at KU, Timothy represented indigent clients in the Lawrence Municipal and Douglas County District Courts as part of the Legal Aid Clinic. He went on to earn the W. Ross Hutton Award for best overall performance in the Clinic.

Since graduating from KU Law School in 2011, Timothy has combined his passions for serving the Hispanic community and providing excellent advocacy to all clients. Prior to joining LeBaron-Ramos he specialized in criminal and traffic defense, handling all manner of misdemeanor and felony cases and gaining valuable jury trial experience. He also handled family cases, from divorce to paternity actions to adoption.

Since joining LeBaron-Ramos, Timothy has expanded his passions for excellent client service and serving the Hispanic community into the ever-changing field of Immigration Law.

Through vigorous negotiation, legal research, motion practice, and trial advocacy, Timothy takes great pains to offer clients every possible advantage at the various stages of litigation.

Timothy lives in Merriam, Kansas with his wife and two sons and looks forward to serving you today.


  • Licensed in Kansas and Missouri
  • Admitted to US District Court for the District of Kansas
  • Admitted to the Western District of Missouri
  • Member of the Kansas Bar Association

Patricia Jensen


Patricia Jensen grew up in Chihuahua, Mexico where she developed a love for being outdoors and spending time with her family. She immigrated to the United States as a teenager to attend higher education courses and soon graduated from Johnson County Community College with President’s List honors. There, she was awarded an associate degree in Liberal Arts. Patricia went on to attend the University of Missouri Kansas City where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History. She finished her studies at the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law graduating in December 2019.

Patricia is a dedicated lawyer. She enjoys the interpersonal aspect of practicing law, engaging with clients, their objectives, and their cases. Patricia has developed a practice in family, traffic, and criminal law with the firm. Patricia is an enthusiastic and zealous advocate for her clients, committing herself to achieving their goals.

Licensed in Kansas and Missouri
Admitted to US District Court for the District of Kansas
Admitted to the Western District of Missouri

Genesis Mercado


Genesis A. Mercado was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. She graduated from Wichita State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Spanish. In the Spring of 2019, she graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.

During law school, Genesis focused on transactional matters concerning business and entity formation. Additionally, she has experience in international litigation and arbitration proceedings where she assisted in the representation of sovereign States (Uruguay, Ecuador, Nicaragua) before the world’s principal dispute resolution bodies, including International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes and the International Chamber of Commerce.

Interested in serving the underrepresented Hispanic Community, Genesis joined LeBaron-Ramos Law Firm in August 2021. She has represented clients from the initial stages of asylum proceedings until trial preparation. As a daughter of Salvadoran immigrants and a community organizer, she has developed a passionate advocacy for the rights of immigrants.