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Bankruptcy in Kansas
It's a fact of modern economic life: Tough financial times make it more likely that people will fall behind with their bills and need help paying their debts. That's why federal law gives debtors the option of filing for bankruptcy. Chapters 7 and 13 are the most common types of bankruptcy filings used ... Read more

Kansas Business Legal Forms
Business Services Bankruptcy Evaluation Small Claims Service Contracts Affidavit Amendment of Agreement Bill of Sale - Automobile Bill of Sale - Quitclaim Bill of Sale with Warranty Consignment Agreement Debt Settlement Agreement Equipment Lease Agreement General Business Agreement General Contractor ... Read more

Personal Injury Law in Kansas
Whether an individual becomes incapacitated after an automobile accident, injured due to malpractice or harmed because a business establishment was careless, the incident could trigger personal injury litigation wherein other parties are required to compensate the victim. Kansas law governing such lawsuits ... Read more

KS After Small Claims Court
Generally, the judge's decision is announced at the end of a small claims trial. However, sometimes the judge wants to take additional time to review the evidence or research case law before entering a final judgment. When this occurs, the parties receive a copy of the final judgment in the mail. A party ... Read more

KS Alternatives to Small Claims Court
Parties to a small claims lawsuit may settle anytime before the judgment. If the defendant admits to owing the plaintiff money or property, the case can be settled. If the defendant needs time to pay and the plaintiff agrees to the terms, the court may enter a stipulation. The stipulation states the ... Read more

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