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When a judgment is rendered, any real estate owned by the debtor in the county where the judgment is obtained becomes burdened with a lien in favor of the judgment creditor for the amount of his or her judgment. This is called a judgment lien and it may be thought of as having the same […]
I have been asked by several potential or current clients whether I think they can get “full custody” of their children in a contested custody proceeding. I respond by asking the client what he or she means by “full custody,” and the answers are, as you may imagine, varied. Some parents want the other parent […]
Kansas Law Under the law of Kansas, when an injured party seeks damages in court for personal injury, that person is entitled to recover his or her medical expenses. The fact that some of the medical expense was paid for by another source, such as the injured party’s own insurance or Medicare generally doesn’t matter. […]
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