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Civil cases

This information has been filed in civil division of Marion County District Court.

Chase Home Finance LLC v. Robert Scott Ayers etal., mortgage foreclosure on Lot 6, Block 1 of Willow Glenn Subdivision, Hillsboro, dismissed Dec. 6.

Lillian L. Leppke v. Marilyn Heier etal., court reaffirms summary judgment for Leppke.

Wells Fargo Bank, National Association v. Anthony L. Heitman etal., mortgage foreclosure on 1112 Highway 50, Peabody, order extinguishing redemption on Dec. 6 awards plaintiff, who won the property on sheriff’s auction.

Domestic

Linda Kay Mish v. Joseph W. Mish III, continuance issued Dec. 14 to Jan. 25 on petition for divorce.

Matthew Allen Sprowls and Lori Renei’ Sprowls v. Kimberly Shontell Frye, Sprowlses motion for mediation or custody evaluation regarding a minor child and for Sprowls to be able to claim the child on his tax returns.

Blair Younker Jr., $100 per month to be withheld from paychecks to pay $15,216 of back child support, order issued Jan. 6.

Jacob S. Smith v. Kristin Janelle Jean, custody evaluation agreed to Dec. 6.

Brandy Lynn Kidd v. Caleb M. Kidd, temporary orders for custody (joint custody, with Brandy Lynn Kidd having primary custody) and child support ($309 a month to Brandy Lynn Kidd) issued Dec. 13 in divorce proceedings. Both parties ordered to attend Divorce and Child Impact Education Classes. Final divorce hearing set for Feb. 6.

Joanna Schwartz v. Aaron Schwartz, divorce proceedings, limited case management ordered Dec. 16. Jeanne Erikson will mediate child custody, parenting time, communication health, education, and welfare of the child, and access to medical and school record.

D.J. Gore v. Ryan S. Schierling, 105 E. Marion, Lehigh, final order of protection from abuse issued Dec. 14, valid through Dec. 14, 2012.

Elizabeth Ann Stika v. Dwayne Allen Stika, divorce granted Dec. 14 on grounds of irreconcilable differences.

Jennifer Towne v. Daniel William Towne, continued to Feb. 14 and temporary orders of protection extended to Feb. 14.

Jennifer E. Silhan v. Joseph M. Silhan, divorce granted Jan. 10 on grounds of irreconcilable differences. Parties will have joint custody, and no child support is ordered. Property division made by mutual agreement.

Timothy Alan Garth v. Samantha Gayle Collett, divorce granted Jan. 10 on grounds of irreconcilable differences.

Limited

Credit Management Services v. Dawn M. Kaiser, 319 W. 2nd St., Lincolnville, judgment in the amount of $1,012.60 principal, $68.25 interest, and $81 costs for Credit Management Services made on Dec. 28 following no-contest entry by Kaiser on Dec. 5.

Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland v. Amy J. Motter, 10275 N.W. Highway 77, Burns, judgment of $14 principal, $30 service charge, $100 damages, and $200 costs for Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland made on Dec. 14.

Hillsboro Community Hospital v. Lena M. Robinson. Robinson forfeited $500 bond to the hospital.

U.S. Bank National Assocation v. Joe Bauer and Patricia Miller, 105 Birch St., Hillsboro, judgment for $3,200 for eight months of back rent and order of eviction granted Dec. 5.

Cottonwood Valley Bank v. Anthony L. Golden, 202 S. A St., Herington, summary judgment of $301.43 and $56 court costs made Dec. 14 for Cottonwood Valley Bank.

Mid Kansas Eyecare Inc. v. Echo E. Penwell and David L. Penwell, judgment of $40.83 made Jan. 19 for Mid Kansas Eyeware Inc.

Central National Bank v. Dawn M. Kaiser, 319 2nd St., Lincolnville, judgment of $725.98 plus $76 court costs made Jan. 10 for Central National Bank.

Probate

In the matter of the estate of Beverly N. Richmond, estate administrator Pamela L. Hett was authorized Dec. 13 to sell real estate in Lincolnville for no less than three-fourths its appraised value of $8,500.

In the matter of the estate of Roscoe Jay Czarnowsky, estate administrator Jacob Czarnowsky was authorized Dec. 13 to sell real estate in Lincolnville for no less than three-fourths its appraised value of $8,500.

Small claims

Marion County EMS v. Andrew Meis, 326 W. Carr, El Dorado, default judgment of $745 for July 18 ambulance service for Marion County EMS made Dec. 7.

Marion County EMS v. Christian S. Peterson, 319 N. Ash St., Hillsboro, default judgment of $3,942.50 for Nov. 25, 2010, April 23, April 29, July 4, and July 6 ambulance services for Marion County EMS made Dec. 7.

Marion County EMS v. Juanita H. McCombs, 559 210th, Hillsboro, default judgment of $550 for May 2, May 7, and June 25 ambulance services for Marion County EMS made Dec. 7

Marion County EMS v. Kandi L. Peacock, 513 W. Olive, El Dorado, default judgment of $750 for March 13 ambulance service for Marion County EMS made Dec. 7. Judgment was satisfied Dec. 21.

Marion County EMS v. Lorenzo D. Phelps etal., 241 Westfalls Dr., Redwood Falls, Minn., default judgment of $735 for May 24 ambulance service made for Marion County EMS on Dec. 7.

Marion County EMS v. Mitchell W. Gillen, 1774 Upland, Marion, default judgment of $477.50 for June 12 ambulance service made for Marion County EMS on Dec. 7. Judgment was satisfied the same day.

Marion County EMS v. Tracy Hiebert, 301 S. Church St., Goessel, default judgment of $670 for March 5 ambulance service was made for Marion County EMS on Dec. 7.

Rickabaugh Motors Inc. v. Lacy A. Laffery, 212 N. Vine, Peabody, default judgment of $391.71 for car service made Jan. 4 for Rickabaugh Motors Inc.

Williams Service Inc. etal. v. Old West Feeds etal., judgment of $3,276.79 for partial payment on service on an International truck made Jan. 4 for Williams Service Inc.

Hillsboro Hardware, Inc. v. Paul Lieder, dismissed Jan. 4 because full payment was made.

Last modified Jan. 25, 2012

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