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Do I automatically become responsible for my spouse’s pre-marital debt once we marry?

What’s Mine is Mine until it becomes Ours when we get married – right? Not necessarily. To some degree you have a choice on how much you decide to co-mingle when you get married. Maybe you will have a His, Her, and Our bank account. Maybe you’ll never get around to adding their name to…

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Second Annual Food From The Bar Campaign Kickoff Starts Today In Kansas & Missouri!

  YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONSED TO JOIN THE LEGAL COMMUNITY IN PARTICIPATING IN THE DONATE CANNED GOODS, CEREALS, PEANUT BUTTER, OR CHECK MADE PAYABLE TO: Community and Family Support Services, Inc. (“CFSS,Inc”) Failure to respond will result in 1 in 4 children continuing to go hungry, elderly and families remaining in need, and our local…

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Do I Have To List ALL Of My Creditors When I File My Bankruptcy Case?

Yes, you must list ALL of your creditors. Debtor’s Duties : Part I There are many benefits to filing a Chapter7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case – you can stop a garnishment of wages, foreclosure on your home and harassing phone calls from creditors. Not only that, but you can discharge much, if not…

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Food From The Bar Campaign Kickoff

Women Attorneys Encourage Community to Fight Hunger What do you call hundreds of Kansas’ most prominent lawyers helping local food pantries? FOOD FROM THE BAR! The Kansas Women Attorneys Association has organized the legal community to fight hunger in Kansas with a statewide food drive. We kickoff the food drive TODAY, April 18 and it…

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Kansas City, Lenexa, Shawnee, Leawood, Olathe, Overland Park, Gardner, Prairie Village, Spring Hill, Piper, Bonner Springs, Tonganoxie, Basehor, Leavenworth, Paola, Louisburg, Ottawa, Lawrence, Eudora, La Cygne, Pittsburg, Fort Scott, Arma, Girard, Parsons, Joplin, Independence, Lee’s Summit, Raymore, Raytown, and St. Joesph are representative cities that our Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorneys serve.