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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Kansas on
Q: So my boyfriend was on probation he caught a probation violation and didn't go to court on it so they revoked his

His probation there was a warrant put out and he bonded out he now has to go in front of the judge tomorrow for this probation revocation what is going to happen cuz he had 180 day back up

1 Answer | Asked in Intellectual Property and Trademark for Kansas on
Q: I am starting a clothing line for my brand that covers Kansas City Chiefs news. Can I use logos, player names, etc?

Will I run into any legal trouble if I use the Chiefs logo, specific player names, past logos, or such on my clothing? A better way to say it is what can't I include and what can I include. Thank you.

Erik Špila
Erik Špila
answered on Nov 30, 2022

The answer/answers to your question/questions depend on various further details that must be presented from your side first so the advice can be given based on all relevant case information.

What I can definitely say, from the point of view of intellectual property law and trademark law, it...
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0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for Kansas on
Q: When to file an appeal? After the judge says his final words or before?

I have court in one week should I file now? do I have enough information to do so?

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Insurance Defense for Kansas on
Q: My wife received a death benefit from a life insurance policy held by her former spouse. Upon notification of the

benefit, my wife provided the insurance company with copies of the Death Certificate and Divorce Decree. The insurer reviewed the documents and issued the death benefit. Her children are now threatening to sue her for the money based on the fact that Kansas Law 59-105 was passed a few months... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Kansas on
Q: Material non compliance, tenants property destroyed and thrown in the dumpster with out proper 14 day notice

I was given a 5 day notice to clean and remove certain items from my yard at the end of the five days the property managers came and destroyed and then threw all of my things in my yard into a dumpster. In Kansas I found the says 14 day notice for material non compliance if not fixed 30day notice... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Juvenile Law and Social Security for Kansas on
Q: Will social security benefits continue after emancipation in Kansas?

I’m trying to get emancipated from my mom after losing my dad. I have social security benefits ($1,251/month) that go to her right now. Will this end when I become emancipated or will it transfer over to me? The death benefit would help pay for an apartment, but if it’s not going to be there, I... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Kansas on
Q: I bought a 2008 Jeep from a lady and she did not title it in her name but she signed the back of the title how can I get

The title in my name without paying her taxes on the Jeep

0 Answers | Asked in Probate for Kansas on
Q: I was left a car by my brother in law in his will . The car was sold before I recieved it and before probate

Now I recieved a letter from probate court .

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Kansas on
Q: HELLO;May we file a lien on personal property, (a portable corral system) for cow pasture rent that was due 10/31/2022

There is strife between us. The pasture renter owes us $3,000,00 for the second half of his pasture rent. The second half rent was due 10/31/2022. We gave him notice in March, 2022 that he was to vacate the property. (Ineffective as it was beyond the 30 day cut off of January 30th) Kansas ag law.... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation and Landlord - Tenant for Kansas on
Q: Can the property manager of my trailer park destroy my property and throw it away with a 5 day notice valuable property

The property manager parked a dumpster in front of my trailer and gave me a 5 day notice to clean my yard or they would come and throw out anything thing they deemed to be trash at their discretion with out recorse is what the notice said. I was under the assumption that i had 14 days to clean it... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Small Claims for Kansas on
Q: My garnishment wad paid in full(1434.35) with a overpayment of $232.09 in Oct. 2022. In Nov. 2022 additional $ taken out

bc Atty did not stop garnishment until I contacted her and then she acted as if I owed extra $ and has refused to return the $232.09 she said by law she can keep is interest. She had no intentions of stopping the garnishment to continue stealing my money, she was very rude and said if I had paid... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Health Care Law for Kansas on
Q: My son was given a vaccine (flu) without my presence and was restrained by 3 nurses and a family friend( no permisssions

Is this a HIPPA violation only. I did not sign anything or give any verbal consent for someone else to get my child vaccinated. I scheduled the appointment at a certain location and gave instruction to meet me there at a certain time with my son. She went to the wrong location and took it upon... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Juvenile Law for Kansas on
Q: Can a person felony as a juvenile still be used to classify a person on the sentencing grid in kansas. When did change

I was not adjudicated on this case and it has always been used before but I'm hearing it's not now

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Kansas on
Q: Is there a maximum amount of time a person can be on probation in the state of Kansas?

I noticed a maximum of a 60 month served sentence was in a 2012 statute as a maximum sentence.

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Kansas on
Q: Can the court mandate sale or refinancing of a home to remove a party on the loan?

The deed to the house has mine and my spouses names on it along with my in laws. My mother in law and myself are listed on the loan (myself as the primary). My in laws have been paying the mortgage, and my spouse and I have been paying all utilities and fees associated to maintaining the home. My... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Kansas on
Q: Can I collect late fees until the rent is paid even after we signed to terminate the lease at the end of the month?

Tenant can not pay for a few more weeks and instead of eviction we agreed to terminate the lease

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Kansas on
Q: Wife walked out. I have proof of racism in workspace. Can I tell her get back home or I release this or no?

Ks divorce. Info stumbled upon that now proves she and company screwed minority out of a promotion. Can I use the info to force her baCk home or ill give it to say naacp or something

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Kansas on
Q: Is it possible to sue the Kansas department of Labor? Who has oversight over them and are there any laws pertaining to

Amount of time they can take to pay you, adjudicate your account?

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