If two or more persons listed as tenants in common on a property, control of the property is problematic if they are unable to agree. In absence of an agreed sale and purchase of the other person's interest, Kansas law provides for the partition of the property through a court proceeding. If...Read more »
I am working on a project with an amazing woman. Making an app to help pregnant women with lactation questions, and problems. We are doing a lot of scientific data research just curious what the laws are for using their research in the app. What if it needs to be rewritten so that the normal human... Read more »
The question could refer to statistical data, general theories supported by the data, or to copyrighted material. The answer may depend upon the information being used and the nature of the use being made. If the use is to cite general concepts, proper attribution may be sufficient. If the use is...Read more »
In Kansas, the process can take some time. That said, if two months have passed since he was supposed to file documents, and if he still hasn't after your recent phone call, you might be wise to at least touch base with another attorney. If the first one didn't do any work, you...Read more »
Yes. There are any number of situations where individuals and the church might have liability for an injury that occurs on church property. Cases of sexual assault are a classic example. Some churches were found labile for some sex assault cases where the churches knowingly placed predators in...Read more »
My parents divorced and they still were in contact. My stepdad told my mother he was still keeping the trust for my son for after he passed away to make sure my son was supported. It's been about two weeks since he past. Am I suppose to call lawyer to find out. He lived in greece and passed in... Read more »
A Kansas attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for two weeks. One possibility is that if the highway is federal, jurisdiction over a spill could involve higher levels of government response. It could also depend on what is spilled, as between something like gravel versus a...Read more »
It is essential for you to consult with an attorney to share the details of your specific circumstances. Kansas law allows for prenuptial (before marriage) agreements. K.S.A. 23-2401, et seq. The agreement must be in writing (23-2403) and may only be amended after marriage in writing (23-4306). The...Read more »
We were pulled over for drivers side break light being out. Pulled into the gas station and my boyfriend was given a sobriety test which he passed with flying colors. Then they gave him the breathalyzer and he blew a, .097, and was taken to jail. He had quit drinking hours before we left. So it was... Read more »
The Intoxilyzer 9000 breath test machine has a gas canister attached to it. The gas in the canister is certified to test at .08. The external standard check is when the machine tests the gas to attempt to make sure the machine is working properly. If it tests the gas anywhere from .075 to .085...Read more »
And to show proof of license but on my ticket it just says to pay my ticket And doesn’t state that I need to be in court and doesn’t have a date either, there is only a date to pay .. what does this mean?
Hard to answer without knowing exactly what ticket the officer issued you. My assumption is that you were issued a failure to exhibit licences summons. This ticket is payable and does not require a court appearance. Although if you hire an attorney, they'll maybe be able to reduce the fines on...Read more »
My father in law had a medical emergency while he was visiting me in January 2020 and my wife has to call 911 to take him to hospital, He returned back to India in March 2020. We provided his Travel Insurance details to the hospital, but now after 6 months, I received an Invoice from County to pay... Read more »
It is not unusual that the person calling an ambulance is not the person needing the ambulance. The person needing the ambulance is typically liable based upon implied consent. The person is having a medical emergency and it is implied by the circumstances that the person would want an ambulance...Read more »
I know that civil procedure limits the number of words in complaints, but if I basically wrote an entire book, 70,000 words, as a witness statement, can this be introduced as evidence in a court of law?
A Kansas criminal appeals attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In civil court, either original jurisdiction or on appeal, a judge with a busy docket is not going to have patience for something like that. Good luck
A person who is competent and can communicate can appoint another person to serve as his or her Attorney in Fact using a Durable Power of Attorney. The Durable Power of Attorney could be prepared by an attorney to be effective immediately or to spring into effect at a future point in time (e.g.,...Read more »
Kansas has specific provisions with respect to real estate that provide spouses with protection against the transfer of real estate without the spouse's signature. Article 15, Section 9 of the state Constitution provides that the homestead may not be transferred without the written consent of...Read more »
You may be limited in claiming pain and suffering damages if you were uninsured, but there are a number of exceptions. Even in a worse case scenario, you can still claim medical expenses (past and future) as well as lost wages (past and future).
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. However, any attorney would need to see the contract before offering meaningful input. Here are a few general points to consider - If you had a valid and enforceable contract, failing to close could constitute...Read more »
My ex, which I still reside with took off with my two kittens and dropped them off somewhere. I want to take legal action against him for whatever I can. He had no right nor permission. And did not say a word to me when he took them. I realized about an hour after he left when I called for them.... Read more »
My parents are both deceased. The trustee has done nothing for six months and now refuses to handle the trust. What are my options? My brother lives out of state and thinks that now he can just start sending off to access money from the IRA, investment account, and life insurance that are... Read more »
The starting point is to read the trust document to see how one goes about removing and replacing a non-performing trustee. I recommend that you hire an trust administration attorney or trust litigation attorney to help you with this.
Well, if you already conducted a search on the USPTO database and found something in conflict, you'll need to determine whether it's a pending application that may have encountered an initial refusal or if it's a registered trademark, and if it's the latter, you should check...Read more »
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