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Civil cases

Domestic

Jessica Amy Estes v. Eddie Earl Estes; divorce decree issued May 21 on grounds of incompatibility. Parties have one minor child; parties granted joint legal custody and petitioner granted primary residential custody; respondent granted reasonable parenting time as his schedule allows as long as he completes a divorce impact class. Each party gets possession of their personal property, bank accounts, and personal vehicle.

Kimberly Hamm v. Russell Klenda; respondent contested protection from abuse petition May 23 and requested evidentiary hearing. Hearing scheduled for July 18. Respondent granted parenting time every other weekend from 9 a.m. Saturday to 5 p.m. Sunday.

SRS v. James L. Whisler; at June 19 hearing, respondent ruled father of minor child; ordered to pay $150 child support per month and reimburse SRS $595.25 for back support, $3,902.58 for medical expenses, and $90 for genetic test.

Ruth M. Cauthon v. Charles G. Cauthon; separation agreement filed June 18; divorce pending on grounds of incompatibility. Parties each get personal property and 50 percent of their joint bank account; petitioner gets property at 117 County Road, Tampa, valued at $20,000, 2007 Saturn Ion, and her 401K; respondent gets property at 2307 W. 3rd N., Wichita, valued at $55,000, 2001 Dodge Dakota, dune buggy, and lawn tractor; respondent ordered to pay $533.15 monthly maintenance to petitioner. Petitioner’s maiden name of Moses restored.

Limited

Newman Orthopedics & Sports Medicine v. Dustin J. Bina, 2756 280th Road, Lincolnville; judgment of $2,705.76 plus $76 court costs made in favor of the plaintiff June 11.

Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, v. Mary Rogers, 121 N. Freeborn St., Marion; judgment of $2,034.87 plus $123.75 interest and $76 court costs made in favor of the plaintiff June 19.

Kroger Inc. v. Jonah Cedric Sullivan, 420 E. Hickory St. Lot L142, Hesston; judgment of $326 made in favor of the plaintiff May 15.

CAH Acquisition Co. #5 dba Hillsboro Community Hospital v. Rod W. Funk, 111 Commerce, Hillsboro; dismissed May 15.

Prime Asset Recovery, LLC, v. Ed Kincaid, 4033 N.W. 180th St., Burns; judgment of $1,134.93 plus $81 court costs made in favor of the plaintiff May 15.

Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. v. Nancy J. Fee, 4 Random Road, Marion; default judgment of $8,104.47 made in favor of the plaintiff June 11.

Joyful Noise Community Child Care v. Staci Koontz, 303 Commercial St., Goessel; default judgment of $208 made in favor of the plaintiff June 19.

Newton Healthcare Corporation v. Karlene Lovelady, 314 S. Freeborn St., Marion, etal.; default judgment of $9,108.08 made in favor of the plaintiff June 19.

St. Luke Hospital v. Patrick Dye, 229 S. Lincoln St., Marion, etal.; default judgment of $514.61 plus $81 court costs made in favor of the plaintiff June 11.

St. Luke Hospital v. Sarah Dye, 229 S. Lincoln St., Marion, etal.; default judgment of $120.34 made in favor of the plaintiff June 11.

Joyful Noise Community Child Care v. Elizabeth O’Brien, 206 N. Church St., Goessel; default judgment of $152 made in favor of the plaintiff June 19.

Joyful Noise Community Child Care v. Tracy L. Bray, 301 S. Church St., Goessel; default judgment of $827.55 made in favor of the plaintiff June 19.

Newton Healthcare Corporation v. Dennis Woodworth, 226 W. 5th, Tampa, etal.; judgment of $504 made in favor of the plaintiff June 19.

Mid Kansas Eyecare, Inc., v. Richard Knauf, 109 N. Plum, Peabody, etal.; default judgment of $42.87 made in favor of the plaintiff June 19.

Last modified June 27, 2012

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