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What to do if someone claims $ from a Bank Garnishment of a Joint Account

I had a recent situation where a non-party was claiming an interest in a bank garnishment. I was contacted by someone claiming they were a fiancé’, alleging her husband-to-be kept Read More

Analyzing the Kansas & CDC stay on Evictions

This applies to a variety of lenders: mobile homes; mortgage foreclosure proceedings and of course,  landlords.Kansas still has its own moratorium in effect, as mentioned in a previous post. It Read More

Creditors Beware: stay on Foreclosures and Evictions

If you are a homeowners association, landlord or mortgage lender, know that  Kansas has a stay on evictions and foreclosures. There is an exception. If you can prove that the Read More

We Appreciate Client Feedback!

Being able to help clients  got me into the practice of law and continues to motivate me in my law practice. I  appreciate it very much when a client takes Read More

Kansas to put a hold on Evictions & Foreclosures

Governor Kelly @ 4:00 p.m. today announced she’s issuing Executive Order 20-61 that places a moratorium on  evictions and mortgage foreclosures for 2 weeks.  The Governor said Congress doesn’t act within Read More

From the August Johnson County Bar Assoc. Luncheon

The Johnson County Bar Assoc. luncheon yesterday.The presenter was KU’s Associate Professor Patrick Miller.The recording is now available, and the link is here – https://vimeo.com/447478906.You can follow Patrick on Twitter Read More

Are We Going to have Sports in Kansas this Fall?

This informational Zoom about what to expect this Fall, will feature the executive director of KSHAA. Contact : Ashley KollerMembership Recruitment ManagerOlathe Chamber of CommerceP: 913-276-7181 | F: [email protected] | www.olathe.org Read More

SCENES FROM THE COURTHOUSES: PRACTICING LAW DURING THE PANDEMIC

Here are some photos from July, from the Johnson and Wyandotte County courthouses. Johnson County is closed to in-person proceedings, including visits to the court clerk, indefinitely, so we have Read More

WEEK #4: NO IN-PERSON PROCEEDINGS AT THE JOHNSON COUNTY, KS COURTHOUSE EXTENDED THROUGH AUGUST 7, 2020

On Wednesday, July 29th, our court extended for another week no in-person proceedings, making the following announcement: Upon further discussion among our Pandemic Response Team, review of the community circumstances and Read More

WANT THE DETAILS OF OUR SCHOOL REOPENINGS?

This informational Zoom will feature the following speakers: John Allison, Superintendent, Olathe Public Schools &Dr. Wayne Burke, Superintendent, Spring Hill School District Contact : Ashley KollerMembership Recruitment ManagerOlathe Chamber of CommerceP: 913-276-7181 Read More

COLLECTING DURING COVID-19: Be Aware of Proposed Bills

In the aftermath of COVID-19, businesses are fighting to stay afloat.  This includes the difficult task of collecting receivables.  Adding to that difficulty, legislation has been introduced in the United Read More

WEEK#3: NO IN-PERSON PROCEEDINGS AT THE JOHNSON COUNTY, KANSAS COURTHOUSE EXTENDED THROUGH JULY 31, 2020

With the # of COVID-19 cases continuing to increase, we have been asked to convey this information to colleagues and, in particular, to any self-represented persons, there will be another Read More

A New Royal Era in KC: Join the Olathe Chamber for an update from the Kansas City Royals on all the exciting changes coming this season Confirmation

Join the Olathe Chamber this coming Friday, the 24th @ 9:00 a.m. for a one hour webinar on the Royals new season.  Contact : Ashley Koller  Membership Recruitment Manager  Olathe Chamber of Commerce  18103 W. Read More

JOHNSON COUNTY CONTINUES WITH NO IN-PERSON PROCEEDINGS AT THE COURTHOUSE DURING THE WEEK OF JULY 20, 2020

As the cases of COVID-19 continues to rise in Johnson County, Kansas the announcement went out today continuing with no in person visits for next week. Here is the announcement: Listserv Read More

Johnson County Closed to In Person Proceedings This Week

Late last night , due to the high # of Covid-19 cases, the court decided to cease any further in-person proceedings the week of July 13th.  Here is the announcement: UPDATING Read More

Find out if our schools in Olathe will re-open!!

                                   The Olathe Chamber of Commerce will  present another informative Zoom webinar on Friday as we continue Read More

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