A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to discuss recent case law decisions from Kansas courts with a local attorney, it sounds like it could be a difficult basis for a case. With adhesives and sealants, it's a given that they...Read more »
In Kansas, creditors have six months from the date of death, or, if an estate is opened within six months of the date of death, four months from the date of first publication, to file a claim in the probate estate. If an interested party has not petitioned to open the estate, the creditor has...Read more »
Most offenses in Kansas may be expunged if the conditions set forth in the expungement statute (K.S.A. 21-6614) are met. Depending upon the specific crime, there is a waiting period of three or five years (with a few exceptions of one, seven and ten year waiting periods) from completion of...Read more »
The Kansas Department of Labor enforces wage and hour laws in Kansas. Generally speaking, an employer cannot withhold wages for a purpose other than tax, Social Security, and Medicare withholdings or a garnishment pursuant to a court-ordered judgment without an agreement with the employee....Read more »
Here's a longer answer: Any corporation in Kansas, including a nonprofit corporation, will generally lose their ability to engage in the purpose for which they were formed once they have been administratively dissolved. That's the...Read more »
My mother wanted to buy her oxygen concentrator out right her doctor's office called companies for her one company said they could do it but when they got to her house they wanted her to rent it for a year and then she could buy it. there were other companies who could do it out right they... Read more »
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It sounds like you're making a case for something along the lines of misrepresentation. But in these settings, the other side could argue that there was a misunderstanding as to what was said, or what was...Read more »
I’m on a single case agreement and I do not want to continue php care. I worry that that covered expenses so far will be my responsibility of and when I choose to leave against clinical recommendation.
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. But it would be difficult for any attorney to offer meaningful guidance here. The answer to your question could depend on your insurance carrier, your policy or plan, terms of the PHP facility, and other possible...Read more »
As a general rule, yes, the insurance company for the car will cover the negligent acts of the driver (even if that driver is uninsured otherwise). The only exception might be if the vehicle was taken without permission, or if the driver was known to be such a poor driver that the owner should have...Read more »
I earned a degree from my local university. I have not been able to get a job in my field and now after applying for 100+ jobs on their website over the last 15 years, their application portal will mysteriously not let me apply for anymore and nobody can figure out why. Can I sue them for... Read more »
I have had open heart surgery which has me out of work for 6 to 8 weeks. I have completed FMLA forms. Being a salary exempt employee should I continue to recieve my salary and benefits. I have exhausted all personal time, vacation and sick leave as well. Employer is trying to treat me as an hourly... Read more »
If you miss one or more full work days, your employer can deduct this time from your pay as a salaried employee. However, your employer cannot deduct less than one full day from your pay, meaning if you work any part of a workday, you must be paid for the full day.
To sell your primary asset, you will need to amend your Plan. Post-confirmation modifications are permitted, but proposed modified plans are subject to objections to discharge. The Trustee may object, but that would depend upon the details of your modified plan. If the Trustee, or any creditor,...Read more »
The officer never addressed the initial reason for the traffic stop. I believe he was on a "fishing expedition "and went beyond the scope of the initial reason for the stop. He questioned me in his car until I felt I had no choice, but to consent because of the things that were said. He... Read more »
You should immediately hire a criminal defense attorney licensed in the State of Missouri to investigate your search and seizure issues as well as build your defense to the criminal charges. Good luck.
Your post does not ask the question you are seeking an answer----my suggestion is that you contact an accident/injury lawyer and meet with him to discuss your questions. Most accident/injury lawyers do not charge for an initial consult---I am know my firm does not----so take them up on it and meet...Read more »
Was to get the house I was already renting. He didn't add anything to his trust & there was no will. Now his daughters are saying the affadavit is null & void & she's kicking myself & minor daughter out. What can I do. He wanted me to.have this house.
I am sorry to have to tell you that the daughters are probably right. A will in Kansas (as in most other states) requires two witnesses to valid, and it sounds like this will had no witnesses or at most maybe one, and even that is a stretch. This is a perfect illustration for why one should...Read more »
title.Everyone else has signed off on the paperwork I have an aunt who will not sign the paperwork and the house legally belong to my grandmother which is not her mother and the only claims that she would have is that my grandfather was married to her which is her father what's best can I take... Read more »
Has anyone determined who the actual Heirs-At-Law are? You probably need a competent KS attorney to determine who the present Tenants In Common are, then proceed with a Deed with a complete Derivation Of Title Clause in it, and maybe more.
I been work on k1 visa start back in Aug of 2020. After been put on hold and month of wait. We have decide to get marry this Aug 2022. Which I think well void the K-1 visa if I get marry out of usa even if it approve. We have only got to step 3. Is there any step I can take so I don't have to... Read more »
That seems unwise, but it depends upon your situation and relationship.
If you get married, then you will 'significantly delay processing' and be separated even longer. It is best for your fiance to come into the U.S. as a K1 fiance, so that you can both get to know each other...Read more »
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