Monthly Archives: March 2017
A Missouri court has recently ruled that simply riding as a passenger in a stolen car is not a criminal act. In order to possess a stolen vehicle, the person must have operated or driven the vehicle at some point. … Continue reading
A Missouri man who crashed his car into the SUV of a bounty hunter was found guilty of assault in the second degree. During his trial, the prosecutors argued that the man’s car was used as a dangerous instrument. If … Continue reading
Missouri courts have ruled that a grandparent has the ability to intervene in an adoption action. If you are interested in asserting your rights as a grandparent, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at Hoorfarlaw.com.
If you were involved in a divorce with children and you wish to move, you must notify your ex-spouse or ex-significant other of your intentions to move, give them a reasonable time to object to the move, and send the … Continue reading
Simply moving to another state will not get you out of paying your child support obligations. If you live in Missouri and Missouri receives notice that you owe child support pursuant to a court order in another state, Missouri will … Continue reading
Each year, around this time, you may be getting a tax refund. Instead of spending it on a big screen TV or a new IPhone, here are a few other things to spend your refund on: Start a savings account … Continue reading
The IRS has recently announced that the amount of unclaimed income tax refunds now totals more than $1 billion. The IRS estimates that 11,100 people in Kansas are due a refund with the average refund being $746. The IRS estimates … Continue reading
J.C. Penney may be shutting down two of its distribution centers and 130 stores as its retails sales continue to decline. If you are having financial issues, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at www.hoorfarlaw.com.
Pursuant to President Trump’s executive order, the IRS will be accepting income tax returns that do not complete the requirement to report your health insurance on your income tax return. However, the IRS has stated that it can, and may, … Continue reading
General Wireless Operations, Inc., the company that took over RadioShack after it filed bankruptcy the first time, has filed for bankruptcy. After failed attempts to revive RadioShack, including attempting to strike up deals with Sprint, the company has gone under … Continue reading