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The Importance of an Agriculture Attorney

Whether you own a large commercial farm or a small subsistence farm, your Kansas farming business operates in a complex network of federal and state legal mandates. Those laws encompass specialized rules relating to agriculture, as well as general le… Read More
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Things That Make You Lose Credibility in Family Court

If your domestic matter ends up in family court, your own credibility in court is central to the strength of your case. If you lose credibility, the judge may not believe anything you say. That can affect the outcome of your case. In this article, ou… Read More
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Filing For Divorce in Kansas Without a Lawyer

The State of Kansas does not require you to use a lawyer to get a divorce. While there are advantages to being represented by a lawyer, some people decide to complete the process for an uncontested divorce without an attorney. If you consider the do-… Read More
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Motorcycle Accident Injury Claims

Many people in Kansas enjoy riding motorcycles for fun or as a means of transportation. Unfortunately, if a motorcycle accident occurs, severe and even catastrophic injuries often result. If you suffer injuries as a rider or passenger, the primary pr… Read More
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Can a Grandparent Get Custody of a Grandchild in Kansas?

Grandparents often play an important role in the lives of their grandchildren. However, under Kansas law, a grandparent has no legal authority to make decisions involving a grandchild, even in emergency situations. State law does provide several alte… Read More
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How Car Accidents Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are potentially one of the most serious types of car accident injuries. TBI can cause long-term disability and consequences. It’s especially dangerous because it is not always immediately detectable. The possibility o… Read More
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3 Reasons to Talk With a Lawyer About Your Car Accident Claim (Rather Than Negotiate Your Own Personal Injury Settlement)

If you suffer severe injuries in a Kansas car accident caused by another person, you should never try to negotiate your own personal injury settlement with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. Even attempting to do so — and then realizing tha… Read More
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Resolving Child Visitation Issues During the Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Parents face many new challenges during the coronavirus Covid-19. For separated and divorced parents, difficult questions often include how to manage child visitation, while complying with the Kansas statewide stay-home order, government health and s… Read More
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Determination of Parentage Under Kansas Law

When a married couple has a child, Kansas law assumes that the spouses are the child’s legal parents. But when an unmarried mother gives birth, no presumption of parentage arises absent formal acknowledgement signed by the child’s father or a pat… Read More
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How to Avoid Making 5 Common Mistakes After a Kansas Car Accident

A car accident is a frightening and stressful experience. After you’re in an accident, it’s easy to make mistakes. Kansas law requires you to do certain things. There are other things you should do (or should not do) to protect yourself. You can… Read More
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How Is Annulment Different from Divorce in Kansas?

In the State of Kansas, divorce and annulment are two types of legal proceedings that request a court order relating to a marriage. Divorce is more common. Annulment is available only in limited situations. The two kinds of court actions are reviewed… Read More
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Can You Get Compensation For a Child Injured While Trespassing on Another Person’s Property? (Kansas Attractive Nuisance Doctrine)

By nature, children are curious and often venture onto someone’s property without an invitation. If a child receives an injury while trespassing on someone’s property, is the property owner responsible? Under Kansas premises liability law, a spec… Read More
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What Is Legal Separation in Kansas?

Under some circumstances, married spouses may choose to pursue a court process for legal separation instead of petitioning for divorce. In Kansas, a court action for legal separation is also referred to as an action for separate maintenance. The stat… Read More
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5 Legal Defenses That Can Affect Your Auto Accident Compensation in Kansas

When you suffer serious injuries in a Kansas auto accident, the law allows you to pursue a claim against the at-fault driver if your injuries meet the required criteria. However, if you file a claim, the at-fault driver’s insurance company can use… Read More
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Calculation of Compensation in a Kansas Personal Injury Case

When you have a claim for injuries that another person caused, you receive compensation — referred to in the legal context as damages — for your losses. Calculation of compensation in a Kansas personal injury case takes a wide range of factors in… Read More
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