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CARES Act Passes: providing forgivable small business loans for overhead, such as rent & payroll.

 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn. Known as the Paycheck Protection Read More

Johnson County District Court Moves to Remote Appearances for All Hearings

This release just came out: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:          Katherine StocksCourt AdministratorTel. (913) 715-3308 COURT REMAINS OPEN, MOVES TO REMOTE APPEARANCES FOR ALL HEARINGS OLATHE, KS – Chief Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan Read More

Missouri Bar has Program offering Free Legal Answers

To address the many legal questions the Missouri Bar set up the Free Legal Answers program, here are the details –Missouri.FreeLegalAnswers.org – has been expanded. Any citizen who is of Read More

Hetley Law Office Remains Open to Serve Clients

With so many things to address and prepare for during this pandemic, perhaps our office can eliminate your legal concerns. We have been fortunate to  maintain a practice the past 30 Read More

Missouri Courts: suspending all in-person appearances; encouraging hearings by other means.

This Order came out yesterday, and supersedes a prior order. The courthouses remain open and  encourages hearings telephonically or by video conferencing. Here is the order: Supreme Court of Missouri en Read More

Details of Wyandotte County District Court closures

Per Administrative Order 2020-PR-16 the Wyandotte County Courthouse is closed for (at least) the next 2 weeks.     Below are the new dates for the cancelled 9:00am answer dockets:   Original Hearing Date NEW Hearing Read More

Details of the Johnson County District Court Closures

This courthouse remains open to individuals with emergency court hearings. The Clerk’s office is available via phone, email, and fax. Clerk Contact information is available at: http://courts.jocogov.org/dc.aspx Case payments may still be Read More

Olathe Public Libraries are closed

The City of Olathe has closed both of the Olathe Public Library locations until further notice. Here is the link with more details:    https://www.olathelibrary.org/ Read More

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly sings executive order freezing mortgage foreclosures and rent evictions during this pandemic

Here is the link from the Wichita Eagle Beacon describing   Executive Order 20-6:  https://amp.kansas.com/news/politics-government/article241290866.html?__twitter_impression=true. Based on how fast and how many court changes are being made, it would not surprise Read More

New court order for Johnson County Landlord tenant cases: Moratorium on execution of writs for 30 days. You can get a judgment but can’t execute on writ.

Yesterday, the District Court of Johnson County, Kansas revised its order regarding the handling of landlord/tenant cases. The court  is doubling up the dockets to move things along after May Read More

Wyandotte County Limited Actions REMAINS OPEN for business

Yesterday, we maintained our regularly scheduled court date. And we had court there on collection cases.  Last week, Judge Mikesic issued orders on social distancing. Explaining where she wanted attorneys and Read More

Johnson County Collection Cases: Docket Calls,Trials, EXCEPT GARNISHMENT OBJECTIONS & LANDLORD CASES are Continued to May

Here is the announcement from our court, with my highlights for your review: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER ON ALL CHAPTER 61 LIMITED ACTION CASES This Order is being issued in response to the recent Read More

In Johnson County: all jury trials continued to at least the month of May

Here is the announcement from our Chief Judge: March 13, 2020   MODIFIED SCHEDULING TO REDUCE COURTHOUSE   TRAFFIC DURING THIS TEMPORARY PANDEMIC PERIOD        Today, Chief Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan addressed precautions taken for COVID-19 by Read More

Kansas Bankruptcy Clerk's Office in Kansas City Closed Temporarily

Apparently what triggered the closure is that someone, either an attorney or client, with a confirmed Covid-19 diagnosis, attending a meeting a creditors. Here is the announcement: "Counsel, Chief Judge Robinson of Read More

Missouri Courts Closed through April 3rd.

While we can file a lawsuit on your behalf, our firm has had court dates postponed from this week to the month of May. Which for your individual case, a Read More

Johnson County Law Library Closed

If you are needing to do some legal research, get forms or makes copies, be aware they too are closed, indefinitely: "The law library is currently closed. During this time, Kristin Read More

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