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A mediation is an informal meeting with a third party to see if a settlement can be reached. How it generally works is that we will usually start with all of the parties in the same room so that the mediator can go over the terms of the mediation and some basic ground rules. The...
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Requests for Production are requests for documents related to active litigation
Requests for Production are written requests for a party to provide documents, photos, videos, or other tangible items to the requesting party. These requests are used to ensure that all relevant information is obtained before trial. What is Discovery? Discovery is the stage in litigation where parties can request information from each other or third-parties...
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Requests for Admissions are statements that must be admitted or denied during litigation
Requests for Admissions are written statements sent from one party to another that the receiving party must admit or deny. If a party denies a statement contained in a Request for Admissions, he or she must provide a brief statement as to why the request is being denied. If the Request for admission contains some...
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Interrogatories are written questions sent as part of litigation
Interrogatories are written questions sent from one party to another that must be answered in writing and under oath. The standards for discovery requests are very lenient, and the basic rule is that parties can ask for any information that is relevant or might lead to the discovery of relevant information. As such, the interrogatories...
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Photo of an eviction notices, which is the first step in the Missouri or Kansas eviction process and timeline
In Kansas, eviction proceedings are one of the few areas of law that has its own procedure and timelines that were set by the legislature and must be strictly adhered to by the courts and parties involved in the eviction.  This guide will help outline and explain the Kansas eviction process and timeline. Pre-filing Notices...
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Rick recently shared some thoughts on how to find an attorney for a blog post published on fundera.com, titled “Need Legal Advice? 11 Experts Reveal How to Find the Right Small Business Lawyer”
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You recently moved into your new home. Prior to closing, you had an inspection performed and reviewed the Seller Disclosure. However, after the first rain storm you realize there are numerous leaks in the windows in the living room causing water to pour into the walls and the carpet. You hire someone to make the...
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 Rick Davis talks about what to do when you discover issues with your home.
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You went to court and obtained a judgment against a person that owes you money but you still haven’t received anything from the debtor. Why not? What do you need to do next? Despite popular belief, obtaining a judgment is not the end of the story when trying to collect from a debtor. The court has...
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