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DATEOF COMPLAINTI~ JUNE24, 2015

Kansas Commission on Judicial Q alifications
301 SW 10th AVE.
Topeka, Ks 66612
Case Number 13DM245P
THIS COMPLAINTISAGAINST11r DISTRICTJUDGESLORIBOLTONFLEMING,A.J.WACHTER,
ANDKURTISLOYFORUSURPAT~ONOF OFFICEUNDERKS.A.60-1201, K.S.A.60-1202(1)(2)(4)(5),
KS.A.60-1205, KS.A.60-1206(a~), KS.A.60-1207 and for violations of RULESRELATINGTO
JUDICIALCONDUCTCODEOF JU~ICIALCONDUCTRule 601A, and Rule 5.4 of the Uniform Bonding
Code for outright termination of jeir INSURANCEBOND.
On February 19th,2015 at approximately 7:55 arn, I heard an ad on the radio on 100.7 ESPN where
a grand jury petition was going aJound to impeach all 11thjudicial district judges due to conflicts of
interest between them. I heard the radio ad and didn't have a pen with me to write down who to
contact to sign the petition. It wal n't until the month of June 2015 that I heard about
"CONFLICTGATE.COM"
and wentto read up about area conflicts of interest with 11thjudicial district
judges and attorneys.
I saw there was an "e-mail" from Lori Fleming to 100.7 ESPNat February 19, 2015 at 1:43 P.M.after
just 2 days of running on the air ~nd Judge Lori Fleming took it upon herself to use her power
inappropriately as a judge and to surpjintrude into a private business contract between Summary
Judgment Group and MyTown MEdia.I was wanting to sign the "Grand Jury Petition" but never ran
into anyone who was getting si~atures for the petition because the radio ad-only-r.atlfor 2 days
instead of 30 like I was informed by The Summary Judgment Group which was the original contract
that was breached by Lori Fleming' and attorney BillWachter of "Wilbert and Towner" who is the
President of "My Town Media". Jf'dge Kurt Loy is mentioned in this email as well and needs to be
questioned for his involvement 0 the breach of contract as well.
What really disturbs me is the faqt that I was cheated in case number "13DM24S-P".:Decauseof
"CONFLICTSOF INTERSTUNDE
RULE
2.11(A)(1)(2)(b)(c)(3)(5)(a) and Rule 2.4(B) due to the fact
that attorney Lori Fleming ofWil ' ert and Towner in 2012, became an 11th district court judge in
the summer of 2012 and signed 0 ders in case number 13DM245P where the attorneys are Steve
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Stockard of Wilbert and Towner and her husband attorney Kyle Fleming of The Fleming Law Firm
at 100 S. Broadway where Lori FIrming advertises her attorney address in Names-acd Numbers in
2013 and 2014 phone book"!! H~w can both judge Lori Bolton-Fleming and A.I. Wachter sign a
"TEMPORARYORDER"on September 26, 2013 at 2:40 P.M.after the petition was filed in the case
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and the attorney who filed the petiition against me was none other than judge Lori-Bolton Fleming's
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husband "ATTORNEYKYLEM. FUEMING
OFTHE FLEMINGLAWFIRM"!!! Lori Fl~ing definitely
had an economic interest in the p oceeding because her husband Kyle Fleming was the plaintiffs
attorney. I mean if her husband oesn't get paid they might not have money to pay their mortgage
payment that month. This is also a violation of Rule 2.9 Ex Parte because there is no wayan order

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can be signed 3 minutes later exc pt for "EX-PARTE"which neither judge Lori Fleming nor Judge
AJ. Wachter had subject-matter jfriSdictiOn to sign against me since Wilbert and To~er and The
Fleming Law Firm were the attor eys in the case which is a conflict of interest. How did they sign
the order in this case so fast? Was it sent ex-parte like Lori Fleming sent to 100.7 ESPNon February
19, 2015 at 1:43 P.M.? Or did LOfiiFleming sign the "MANDATORY
ORDERFOR PARENTINGIN
DIVORCECLASSATTENDANCE"bver lunch with her husband, the plaintiffs attorney in this case
Kyle Fleming? Perhaps she signea the "ORDER"at home during dinner or maybe outside in her
backyard with her husband whil their children played outside. Did attorney KyleFleming and
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Judge Lori Fleming go home and discuss this case ex-parte over dinner at home? How can she sign
an order in a case where my attorney Steve Stockard worked with her less than a year ago at
Wilbert and Towner? I had an or~er from protection of abuse issued against me and signed by
judge A.J.Wachter on December 2013 and his brother Bill Wachter owns Wilbert and Towner
how is that not a conflict of interest?
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Another order was prepared by] ttorney Kyle Fleming and the "ORIGINALSIGNEDBYAJ.
WACHTER"!!How can this be w en both A.J.Wachter and Kyle Fleming's father Robert Fleming
previously owned 'Wilbert. TowJer, Lassman, Toburen, Fleming. and Wachter"? Isn't this a conflict
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of interest under Rule 2.11(A)???r Kyle Fleming went on to be employed at Wilbert ,nd Towner
himself and then became a partner/owner of the firm himself. In the 2012 Names-and Numbers
phone book Lori Fleming is emplbyed at "Wilbert and Towner" along with the attorney who was
suppose to represent me in the case "STEVESTOCKARD"who worked with Lori Fleming previously
when he was a prosecuting attorney with Lori Bolton-Fleming for Crawford County in 2002. Lori
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Fleming and Steve Stockard are 1so members of team Jesus at the catholic church intown. This
violates Rule 2.11(A) of Rules Re~atingTo Judicial conduct by judge Fleming and juc4J,eWachter and
numerous KRPCRules by attorney Steve Stockard and attorney Kyle Fleming under KRPCRule 1.7
conflicts of interest I feel their have been several violation of the code of judicial conduct and they
are the following: Rule 1.1, Rule 1.2, Rule 1.3, Rule 2.2, Rule 2.3, Rule 2.4(B), Rule 2.6(B), Rule 2.7,
Rule 2.9, Rule 2.11, and Rule 2.1*1)(2) for Chief Judge AJ. Wachter for violations o{his Supervisory
Duties. Lori Fleming and AJ. Wa~hter also f:.aHedto turn the other judge in for misconduct since
both judges knew they should not be signing any orders where the attorney's in the-ease is "Kyle
Fleming" or Steve Stockard whic~ also violates Rule 2.15(A)(B).
I have been damaged "SEVERELY"in this case because of the lack of due process under the 5th
amendment that I have received from Crawford County District Court and both attorpeys in the
case Steve Sockard and Kyle Fle~ing. I would like an investigation into this matter because I paid
Steve Stockard $3,000 and did n~t realize he previously worked with the plaintiffs attorney's wife
Judge Lori Fleming and that plai~tiffs attorney Kyle Fleming used to own Wilbert and Towner and
Judge Lori Fleming and Judge AJ.Wachter have ties there as well since Bill Wachter still owns the
firm and it seems according to the email from the 11tb district computer at 1:43 P.M..on February
19,2015 from Lori Fleming to th~ owner of ESPN 100.7 which is "attorney BillWachter",
I would like to see what attorney ~ill Wachter stated back in his response to the email at 01:43 P.M.
on February 19, 2015 from Lori leming when she wrote to him and breached the radio contract

and I think attorney Bill Wachte1s computer needs to be checked to see what his response was to
Lori Fleming and possibly his brjther Chief 11th Judge A.J.Wachter.
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I am looking into suing "STEVESlfOCKARDANDWILBERTANDTOWNER"in Small Claims Court
where I can sue for under $4,000 for the violation of KRPCRule 1.7 that Steve Stockard and Kyle
Fleming collaborated against mefl had ineffective assistance of counsel and paid $3,000 for it and I
had supervised visits with my ch~ldren and a protection ordered against me by judges "WHODID
NOT HAVESUBJECT-MATIER JUiRISDICTION
" to sign any "ORDER"against me under 11th district
rule no. Z Assignment of Casesff] (5) (6) (a) (b)(c) (d) and I am looking into filing "MOTIONSTO
VACATETHE ORDERS"for lack 0 subject-matter jurisdiction in this case.
I will be signing a class-action la suit now against Lori Fleming in her private capa~ty since she
was not performing her public ~inisterial duties or job descriptions by interfering i~ a radio ad and
damaging myself the opportunity to sign a grand jury petition and she alsodamaged'the summary
judgment group because they did not get the required voters due to her interference in a private
business matter and constitutioJal grand jury petition which violates Article 1 Section 10of
unlimited right to contracting under the United State Constitution.
Please investigate this matter so o-one else has to endure the family damages I did ~ecause a
husband is the attorney in the case and his wife/and ex-law partner of "WILBERTANDTOWNER"
and ex-college roommate of his father Robert Fleming "A.I. Wachter" signed an "ORDER"against me
where my attorney was Steve Stockard and that is a conflict ofinterest. It is also a conflict of
interest for Judge Loy to hear thi case since plaintiffs attorney Kyle Fleming's fatQer-in~law Mark
Bolton rents his CPAfirm from Kurt Loy on 4th street and that is an economic confl~ctof interest as
well and Judge Loy should be dis~ualified from this case as well and a new judge-from out of the
11th district be assigned to this case so I can receive some due process.
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Pittsburg. Ks 66762

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DISTRICT COURT OF CRAWFORD COUNTY, KANSAS
JENNIFER D. WALDEN
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Case No.

3 DJYl a45 -P

A. [g] Ch. 60 In-State
B. 0 Ch. 60 Out-State
C. 0 Ch. 60 By Mail
D. 0 Ch. 60 Ins. Comm.
E. 0 Ch. 61 In-State
F. 0 Ch. 61 Out-State
G.O Ch. 61 By Mail

vs.

ZACHARY

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WALDEN
DefendantlRespbndent
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FOR CLERK'S USE ONLY

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SERVICE ADDRESS:

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ZAC~ ARY WALDEN
523 Terry Drive

SUM M 0 N S

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PITTS

IBURG,KS 6676

1

You are hereby notified that n action has been commenced against you in this Court. You are required to file your answer to the
petition with the court and to erve a copy upon Kyle M. Fleming, Petitioner's attorney, at THE FLEMING LAW FIRM, COMMERCE
BANK BUill DING, 100 SOU H BROADWAY, STE 200, P. O. BOX 1567, PITTSBURG, KS 66762.

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within 21 days after se
within 30 days after se
within 20 days after the
by
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prior to the court's hea
within 30 days after se
prior to the court's hea

[vice of summons upon you.
:Vice of summons uppn you.
delivery of registered or certified mail receipt signed or refused by you.
(not less thanl40 days from date summons issued.)
ing set for
__ M, on the
day of
, 20 __
vice of Summons upon you or appear at
, __
M on the
ing set for
__ M., on the
day of
, 20 __

, or you must be present at that time.
day of
, 20__
.
, or you must be present at that time.

If you fail to do so, judgment
y default will be t,,\ken against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Any related claim which you
may have against plaintiff/pet tioner must be stated as a counterclaim in your answer, or you will thereafter be barred from making such
claim in any other action.
CLE~
Dated:

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V Q1\F~_.

BY:~

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TO THE SHERIFF OF_---f~
event, your return is due no I, ter than

TH~E_DISTRICT COURT

0 three

days

__.__ ' Deputy

This summons must be served and your return of service made promptly; in any

0 five

days

0 fifteen

days.

RETURN OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS
I hereby certify that, subject t the penalty of pe~jury as provided in KSA 21-3805 and amendments thereto, on the
__________
, 2013, I served the foregoing summons, together with a copy of the Petition for Divorce, Domestic
Affidavit of JENNIFER D. WALDEN, Motion For Temporary Orders, and Temporary Orders upon the Respondent.
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day of
Relations

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relationship or title if not DefendanURespondent)

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Address

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Residential & 1st Class Mailing (KSA 60-269)

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TN HE D1STRICtW~

<J>2"~ORD COUNTY, KANSAS

In the Matter oft re Marriage o.fCH:R~J.9CQrs T. COli:;;!

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Jennifer D. Wald n
P titioner
and
Zachary Walden
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Court No.
Chapter No. 60

PETITION FOR DIVORCE

OW the Petitioner, by and through her attorney, Kyle M. Fleming, and for
Petitioner's caus of action against the Respondent states and alleges:
l.

ner is now and has been a bona fide resident of the State of Kansas for more

than sixty days n st preceding the filing of this action.
2.

3.

espondent is a nesident of Frontenac, Kansas residing at: 523 Terry Drive,

P titioner and Respondent were married on April 6, 2009 in Miami, OK

and are at the pre ent time husband and wife.
4.

The arties are incompatible and their marriage relationship has been destroyed and

Petitioner is entit ed to a divorce from the Respondent on that ground.
5.

The arties have accumulated certain property and debt during their marriage which

should be divide
6.

between them in an equitable manner.

Resp ndent is not now in the military service of the United States, as defined by the

Servicemembers

I
ivil Relief Act, as amended.

7.

Petitioner is currently pregnant.

8.

Ther is two (2) child of this marriage, to wit:

Kaidin R. Walde

Born: xx-xx-2010

Age: 3 years

Liam Parker Wal en

Born: xx-xx-2011

Age: 2 years

9.

The

etitioner is fit and proper to be awarded the care, custody,

and control of th minor children, and the Respondent shall be awarded supervised visitation
only through the

ittsburg Child Exchange Center. Pending the final determination of this cause,

the primary resid ntial custody of the parties' minor children should be with Petitioner.
Petitioner further states:
a.

The resent address of the children is 104 East Monroe, Pittsburg, KS 66762.

b.

The hild has not lived outside the state of Kansas for a period of five (5) years

immediat ly preceding the filing of this Petition.
c.

At al times during the last five (5) years next preceding the filing of this Petition the

child has .esided with one or both of the parties to this action.
d.

The

etitioner has not been involved in, and there is no other litigation now pending

in this or ny other state, regarding the custody of the children.
10. Petiti ner is entitled to reasonable child support from the Respondent.

11. Petiti ner is entitled to the issuance of temporary orders pending the final
determination of his action.
12. Petiti ner is without funds or assets with which to pay the costs and her attorney fees
herein.

WHERE ORE, Petitioner prays that Petitioner be granted a Decree of Divorce, that
orders be entered for support of the Petitioner, that orders be entered for support of the minor
children, that the roperty and debts be divided in a fair and equitable manner, that Petitioner
havejudgment ag inst Respondent for her attorney fees and costs, and that the court issue such
other orders as it eems just and equitable.
Respectfully submitted,

//\

KYLE M. F EMING
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THE FLEMING LAW FIRM, LLC
P.O. BOX 1567
100 S. Broadway, Suite 200
Pittsburg, Kansas 66762
Office £20-230-9419
Cell 620-249-9419
Attorney for Plaintiff

VERIFICATION

STATE OF KAt- SAS

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COUNTY OF CRAWFORD )

Jennifer I. Walden oflawful age and first duly sworn upon oath states:
Affiant is the Petitioner herein, states and verifies that Affiant is familiar with the contents of
the foregoing doc ument, and that the statements, allegations, and other matters contained in it are
true and correct tc the best of my knowledge.

NOTARY PUB Ie State of Kansas

Mar~ V Fry
MyAppt.E p.

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My Appointment Expires: ~-I ~ ~o

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IN THE DISTRI

T COURT OF CRAWFORD COUNTY, KANSAS

Jennifer Walden
Plaintiff

Case No. 2013 DM 296 P
(File Stamp)

vs.
Zachary Walden
Defendant

PERSONAL

ONS AND NOTICE

OF HEARING

SERVICE

FOR PROTECTION

ONLY

ORDER

You are no ified that the attached petition for protection was filed against you in this court and
that the court IZI h s entered the attached temporary orders, or 0 has not entered temporary orders
against you.
n this matter has been scheduled on:
: Decembe,r 19, 2013
Ti e: 9:00
a.m. 0 p.m.
PIa e: Judicial Center 602 North Locust Pittsburg,

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Kansas 66762.

If you do n t attend the h
·.Q.g,:Hfl.a~-Gr~may be issued against you. You may appear and
cross-examine t
slainti
witnesses and present e~
e as to why the orders sought should not be
granted. You may 1 an-1IDSwer-of--Go er- etition but are not required to do so. You have the right to
appear with or wi
ut an attorney.

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RETURN OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS

o I certify under p nalty of perjury that I have served this summons

and notice of hearing:
By personal y delivering on the
day of
, 20__ , at __
:__
a.m. D p.m., a opy of the summons and a copy of the petition and temporary orders (if any) to the
above named defen ant.

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one

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I certify under
hearing.

enalty of perjury that I was not able to personally serve this summons and notice of

Date: --~--------

07/01/2012

County, Kansas.

111

Sheriff/Deputy

, 3E DISTRICT COURT OF

Crawford

rotection from Abuse (K.S.A.60-3101

et seq.)

Temporary Order or Protection from Abuse
Judge or Division:

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Case Number:

Year of Birth

Relationship to Defend nt:
or [QIhave be n in a dating
relationship
0 reside together or
formerly resided together
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Protected Person(s):_[
I Plaintiff __
Plaintiffs child(ren) __
Minor child(ren) residing with the plaintiff
(Only the party, or ps rties, initialed by the judge are protected person(s).)

This order and its terms are directed at and apply to Defendant only.

THIS TE~~PORARY ORDER SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL
SERVICE OF THE FINAL ORDER OR UNTIL TERMINATED BY ORDER
OF THE COURT.
Tt .e Court Finds:

ONLY THE COURT CAN CHANGE 'nns ORDER.
(Only the provision(s) initialed by the judge apply.)

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llYr:laintifffilec
a written verified petition on
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requesting a Temporary Order of
-rl5(,Protection fr m Abuse.
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This court hs s jurisdiction over Plaintiff, Defendant and subject matter.
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This COUIt hs s child custody jurisdiction because
it is home state,
there is no home state and
Kansas has s gnificant connections with the child(ren),
temporary emergency jurisdiction,
other:

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~Iaintiffhas
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07/01/2012

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established good cause for the court to issue a temporary order of protection from abuse.

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1!L_,!~, at q :00 l¥:1a.m. 0 p.m., at
J2i;tt,1Du-£~tKs--.- (Court) and summons has been issued.
0 telephone number shall remain confidential for the protection

A hearing h s been set for
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address and
protected person(s).
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Order
The Court Orders:

• The defendant shal not abuse, molest, or interfere with the privacy or rights of the protected person(s)
wherever they may be. [NCIC 01 & 02 ]
• The defendant shal not use, attempt to use, or threaten to use physical force, that would reasonably be
expected to cause bodily injury, against the protected person(s). [ NCIC 01 & 02 ]
• The defendant shal not contact the protected person(s), either directly or indirectly, except as authorized by
the court in paragraph 3(b) of this order. [NCIC 04 & 05 ]
• The defendant shal not direct or request another to contact the protected person(s), either directly or
indirectly, except a authorized by the court in paragraph 3(b) of this order. [NCIC 04 & 05 ]
• The defendant shal not enter or come on or around the premises, the residence or workplace where the
protected person(s) resides, stays or works. [NCIC 04 ]
• Law enforcement 0 ficers are directed to grant any assistance necessary to protect the protected person(s)
from abuse by the ( efendant, and to provide any other assistance necessary to enforce these orders, including
the order excluding the defendant from the protected person(s) place of residence, wherever it may be.
[NCIC 08]

CERTIFICATE OF ~OMPLIANCE WITH THE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT (VAWA): This
Order meets all the ree uirements of the Violence Against Women Act, 18 U.S.C. § 2265. This Court has
jurisdiction of the part es and the subject matter; the defendant has been afforded notice and a timely opportunity
to be heard as provided by the laws of Kansas. This Order is enforceable in all 50 states, the District of
Columbia, all Indian t ibal courts and all United States territories and shall be enforced as if it were an order of
that jurisdiction pursu nt to 18 U.S.c. § 2265.
Additional

'ng
~

__

terms

0

this order are set forth below.

and Pro] erty:

(Only the provision(s)

initialed by the judge apply.)

.

. I. The plaintif is granted exclusive possession of the.residence located at:
.
,1. j I ~ ~~rh A~ 11 1'"11 A::tf:=:.;:J...
M''f-k: 1.-.,,7':J -K.c;. [ NCIC 03 ]
If the plaintiff is granted exclusive possessioh of the residence, (he defendant shall immediately move
from the res dence and may take only personal clothing and effects until further order of the court.
Law enforce ment officials are directed to remove the defendant from the residence, and to ensure that
Defendant does not enter or re-enter the premises or any other residence the plaintiff may occupy.
2. Defendant shall not cancel utilities to the residence. The terms of this paragraph expire 60 days from
this order's Uate of entry. [ NCIC 08 ]

Parentage and CI stody:
__

3. For this paragraph, the court shall initial subparagraph (a) OR subparagraph (b), but not both.
a. Defendant s parentage ofthe child(ren) has not been established through a marriage of the parties or
pursuant tc the Kansas Parentage Act, K.S.A. 23-220 I et seq., and Defendant has no right to custody
or parentinJg time with the following named child(ren):
_
b.

Defendant s parentage of the child(ren) has been established through the marriage of the parties or
pursuant t( the Kansas Parentage Act, K.S.A. 23-2201 et seq., and the following custody and
parenting t me orders are entered:
i. Tem orary legal custody and residency of the following named minor child(ren):
_-+----==.-. [NCIC 09]
shall be: 0 Joint legal custody between the plaintiff and defendant until this order expires; or,
Sole legal custody granted to 0 Plaintiff 0 Defendant until this order expires.

o

[NCIC

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1

ii. Right oftemporary parenting time shall be as follows: [ NCIC 06 ]
Plaintiff and Defendant shall have parenting time as described in the attached
parenting plan;
Defendant shall have no parenting time;
Defendant shall have supervised parenting time as follows:

D

D
D

D Plaintiff

_

and Defendant shall exchange the minor child(ren) for parenting time at:

WARNINGS TO DEFENDANT
II


This order is effec ive when signed by the judge. Law enforcement officials shall immediately enforce
this order.
Violation of this 0 der may constitute: violation of a protective order as provided in K.S.A. 21-5924,
and amendments t ereto; assault as provided in K.S.A. 21-5412(a), and amendments thereto; battery
as provided in K.S A. 21-5413(a), and amendments thereto; and domestic battery as provided in
K.S.A. 21-5414, an amendments thereto, and may result in prosecution and conviction under Kansas
criminal statutes.
If possession of th residence is granted to the plaintiff, violation of this order by the defendant
constitutes crimin Itrespass pursuant to K.S.A. 21-5808(a)(1)(C), and amendments thereto, and may
result in prosecuti n and conviction under Kansas criminal statutes.
Violation of this 0 der may also be punishable as contempt of this court.
If the defendant h s a concealed carry license, that license is subject to revocation pursuant to K.S.A.
75-7c07, and ame dments thereto. After a defendant's concealed carry license has been revoked,
continuing to car a concealed weapon may constitute a violation of K.S.A. 21-6302, and amendments
thereto.
Violation of this 0 der may subject the defendant to prosecution for such federal crimes, including but
not limited to: Int rstate travel to commit domestic violence; Interstate stalking; and Interstate
violation of a rot ction order.

Notice of Extension of this Temporary Order
(Pursuant to K.S.A. 60-3106)
If a hearing on the pet tion for protection is continued, the court may extend this Temporary Order of Protection
from Abuse for additional periods oftime as it deems necessary.

Cer.:<:r

o'

r>· -:.<; of the District

Court for Crawford
..'!., h strument is a correct copy which Is on
~.~",... in this co,_U.:,.:rt.:.-.
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Deputy

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Fe R THOSE SEEKING A )101O€CT.!.~N ~~o.~9ABUSE ORDER
NOTICE
The protection
from abuse Pl'ocdS~,.~~K.(WSj~h~d(fliUt\11ovide quick and immediate
protection. Ho fo/ever, the process may rg~~Wf 118iJ, reQ~~ti~c,or more than one hearing. If
you have ques ions, you should scellB'l'nclp-f.r..um_aiLait.o.xn.eyor victim services advocate.
The Kansas Cr sis Hotline (1-888·-363-2287) or Kansas Legal Services (1-800-723-6953) may
be able to help vou find an attorney or advocate.
These are b sic forms and they do not cover every situation. The Clerk of the District
Court cannot} elp you with these forms. The clerk cannot give legal advice to you or tell
you about yo' l" rights 01' responsibilities.
The clerk can only provide very limited
information at out the protection order process. You can find more information about
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protection fron abuse
at http://www.kcsdv.q!]m.fa.html.

I.

You rna· seek a protection from abuse order:
a. For 'ourself; or,
b. Fer ourself and your minor child(ren); or,
c. For nly your child(ren) or other minor child(ren) who reside with you.

2.

Each person for whom protection is sought must be in (or have been in) an "intimate
partner r household member" relationship with the defendant.
"Intima e partner
a. Persons who
or,
b. Persons who
c. Per' ons who
d. Per ons who
e. Per. ons who

household member" relationship means:
are in a dating relationship (a social relationship of a romantic nature);
or

have been in a dating relationship; or,
Ijve together; or,
have lived together; or,
have had a child in common.

3.

Each p rson needing protection must 11aVI~ been abused. This means that one of the
followi g must have occurred:
.
a. The defendant physically hurt you or a miner child on purpose; or,
b. The defendant tried to physically hurt you or a minor child; or,
c. The defendant threatened to physically hurt you or a minor child; or,
d. The defendant engaged in sexual conduct (touching or sexual intercourse) with a
mil or child under 16 years of age.

4.

If you neet the requirements above, you may file a Petition for Protection from Abuse
Order vith any district court. If you want your address and telephone number to remain
confide ntial, you must complete the Protection from Abuse Confidential Address Form
and include it with your petition.

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5.

YOLI musr notify the defendant by personal service that you have filed a Petition for a
Protection from Abuse Order. To obtain personal service. you must till out a Request for
Service f I'm, requesting 1:I01tthe sheriff deliver the Petition for Protection from Abuse to
the defen iant.

6.

If the cI fondant is a minor, you must complete the Minor Defendant Addendum.
Petitions, Illations and temporary protection from abuse orders filed against a minor
defend an , must be served by serving the minor and:
a. The I inor's guardian or conservator, if any; 01',
b. The 1 inor's father or mother; or,
c. A pcnson having theminor's care or: control; or,
d. A pel son with whom t!lC minor resides.
If servic cannot be made upon any of these people, then service may be obtained as
provided by order of the judge.

7.

You should be available to testify at future hearings as set by the judge.
appear, t ie case may be dismissed.

8.

A Final rotection from Abuse Order will expire after one year or onthe date stated in the
order unless you request on extension or modification from the court before the order
expires. You may request that the court extend an order for one additional year, or longer
under c rtain circumstances.
If the defendant has violated a valid protection order or
been co: victed of a person felony against YOLIor a member of your household, you may
request :he court extend the order for at least two years or up to the lifetime of the
defenda t. A request to extend an order for more than one year must be personally served
on the efendant and the court must hold a hearing where the clefendant may appear,
present vidence, and question witnesses.

9.

If YOIl are the defendant and you want to seek a protection from abuse order against the
plaintiff you I11U~.t meet all the requ i rernents in paragraphs one (1) through three (3)
above, nd then you may file a written counter-petition.

10.

If you d .cide to seek child support, it is highly recommended that you seek the advice of
an attorney. In order to obtain chile: support, you must complete a Domestic Relations
Affidav t and a Child Support Worksheet and attach them to the Petition for Protection
from A WiC. If the court grants child support, the court will complete the Child Support
Addend .1)11 and attach it to the Final Protection from Abuse Order. You wi II then need to
com pie e a Kansas Payment Center Form, attach it to a copy of the Final Protection from
Abuse ~rder including the Child Support Addendum and provide it to the Clerk of the
District Court.

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If you fail to

IN TH . DISTRICT COURT OF

COUNTY, KANSAS

13 UEe-2 P359
t,;UjiK Of OlSGas'tCltU§.;
CHAWFORD CQUN \ Y
6 Y -- •.-- .•,,-•.-~" "'- .".." ..,.-' ,

Plaintiff
vs.

ETITION FOR PROTECTION FROIyl ABUSE OJillER
(K.S .A. 60-310 1 et seq.)

1.

PI intiff seeks an order for protection from abuse:
a. ~For Plaintiff Only, or
( ansas law requires a former or current relationship which may be established by
at y one of the following options.)
i. Plaintiff and Defendant:
are in a dating relationship
13 were formerly in a dating relationship
reside together in the same residence
e1 formerly resided together in the same residence
0have a child in common

o

o

.0 For Plaintiff and Plaintiffs mindr child(ren), or
( ansas law requires a former or current relationship which may be established by
ny one ofthe following options.)
i. Plaintiff and Defendant:

o are in a dating relationship
o were formerly in a dating relationship
o reside together in the same residence
o formerly resided together in the same residence
o have a child in common

ii. Plaintiff's minor child(ren) and Defendant:
reside together in the same residence
formerly resided together in the same residence

o
o

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Pagelof6

c. [

Only on behalf of Plaintiffs minor child(ren) or minor child(ren) residing
(Kansas law requires a former or current relationship which may be
esta lished by anyone of the following options.)
witl Plaintiff

i. Minor child(ren) and Defendant:
are in a dating relationship
were formerly in a dating relationship
D reside together in the same residence
D formerly resided together in the same residence
have a child in common

o
o

o

Th minor child(ren) for whom Plaintiff seeks protection are: (give full names and

yea' of birth)
NA ME

YOB

---

MOTI-IER'S

NAME

FATHER'S

NAME

---------------------

-t--------.----------------1----.--------------2.

De fend ant can be served at: (please provide all available addresses)
T-I DME: street

state
zip code
times when defendant is usually there
"'ORK:

city
phone n~mber (J

aU .~ z 0, o3l..P4
_

fu(\tmo..e.,

streeti.,tJ:DD
W ~~~
~
city
state ~
zip code
phone number £0(;)0 QoQ, (;2100
times when defendant is usually there ~
(l rY\ - .y-p~rnL...L---

~)ui

eTHER: street _

state
zip code
times when defendant is usually there

city
phone number

3.

I the defendant is known to be a minor, a Minor Defendant Addendum is
(' tached.

4.

f laintiffseeks

o

_

_

protection from abuse because Defendant: (check all that apply)

caused Plaintiff bodily injury or attempted to cause Plaintiff bodily injury

~ placed Plaintiff in fear of imminent bodily injury by threatening Plaintiff

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caused the minor child(rcn) bodily injury or attempted to cause the minor
child(ren) bodily injury
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_

o

D

laced the minor child(ren) in fear of imminent bodily injury
ngaged in any of the following acts with a minor under 16 years of age who
is not the spouse of Defendant: sexual intercourse or lewd fondling or
touching on the person of either the minor or Defendant.

5.

Plaintiff seeks a protection from abuse order and include specific

6.

PI intiff requests that Plaintiff's Daddress and/or 0 telephone number remain
c nfidential for the following reason(s): (complete if appropriate)

~

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(If Plaintiff requests that Plaintiff's address remain confidential, Plaintiff must
c mplete the Protection from Abuse Confidential Address Form and inclucle it
ith this petition.)

7.

laintiff requests that the court issue an ex parte Temporary Order of Protection
a rd Final Order of Protection restraining defendant from:
~ abusing, molesting or interfering with the privacy or rights of the protected
er ones)
entering or coming on or around the premisejfr the residence of the rotected
~
ersorus) located 3t:.lll\_~
_YJ~W~-=~_
' .
~1LQc.
nd the workplace located at: ._\Lt'5--E __
tfut
.
i'f
.
~LQll.Q2.
Give address or other description of residence and workplace from whi
efendant is to be excluded. DO NOT include the residential address if Plaintiff
s requesting that Plaintiffs residential address is to remain confidential.)

ts

8,

laintiff states
D jointly
owned
owned
owned

o

o
o

the residence is:
owned or rented and jointly occupied by Plaintiff and Defendant
or rented by Plaintiff
or rented by Defendant on Iy
or rented by someone else (explain)
_

D not applicable
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because Plaintiff and Defendant do not live together.

Page 3 of 6

C Plaintiff requests the court order that the defendant immediately move from
and not return to the residence, alld that law enforcement officers be directed to
ren ove Defendant from the residence, located at: .
_
9,

PI, intiff requests that the court issue an ex parte order of temporary custody of the
lor children and has attached a completed form concerning jurisdiction
(U 'CJEA form). (Complete either option (a.) OR option (b.))

mi

0 Defendant's parentage of the child(ren) has not been established
De fondant has 110 right to custody or parenting time with the child(ren).

a.

and

o. D Defendant's parentage of the childuen) has been established and the
PI intiff requests the following custody and parenting time orders:
i. Temporary legal custody and residency of the minor child(ren) be:
[] Joint legal custody between Plaintiff and Defendant until this order
expires; or,

o Sole legal custody

granted to

0 Plaintiff 0 Defendant

until this

order expires.
parenting time as follows:
and Defendant shall have parenting time as described in
the attached parenting plan; or
Defendant shall have no parenting lime; or
Defendant shall have supervised parenting time as follows:
_

ii. Rights of temporary

D Plaintiff

o
o

._---_ .. _----

o Plaintiff

and Defendant shall exchange the minor child(ren) for
parenting time at:

10.

he court should give copies of orders to the appropriate law enforcement
gencies; set a date, time and hearing on this matter; and issue summons to
efendant notifying Defendant of this action and the relief requested.

11.

fter a hearing, tile court should issue a Final Order of Protection from Abuse
orohibiting Defendant from committing any acts of abuse against the protected
oersonts), and order the following additional relief:

rl suitable

alternate housing for Plaintiff and minor child(ren)
of the minor chiid(ren) (UCCJEA form completed)
child support
[] support of SP(lLiSE:

o custody

o

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_

[J ossession of personal property, and the assistance of law enforcement

om .ers
[]

o
o

in securing that propert- if necessary
attorney' s fees, if represented by counsel, and costs
counseling for Defendant
other, please specify:

R'-------.1

_

_

CI
r--I

!~----

12.

TI e following legal actions have been filed between Plaintiff and Defendant or
in olving the minor child(ren): (check case type, give county filed in, and give

1'\ 3

· •..A

~a,enumberancl(htefilecl,ifkno:':.r)
L I divorce/custody __
\ 1 paternity
~ child in need of care
_
! action seeking
protective order
! other

txll,.v~,ttor_CL~_tilw~-Z;~=OO-l\.-.-<-

I verify
is true and corr

is t

confidential

_

nder penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Kansas that the foregoing
Executed on
20J2.

CI:.

I)eCeMDLr L,

(DO NOT in lude the residential
address

remain
Plaintiff

address jf Plaintiff is requesting

confidential,

If Plaintiff

must complete

requests

the Protection

Form and i elude it with this petitiou.)

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Page 5 of 6

that Plaintiffs

that Plaintiffs

from Abuse

residential

address

Confidential

remain
Address

--------.--r------.--------.--.-------.

Attorney represent ng Plaintiff (if any)
Attorney's Narne: 1Address l:
~-------.------------------Address 2: ----f-----..
- ....
City, State, Zip: _+ __
.
Telephone:
-+.

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El.EVENTH

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

COURT RULE NO·lfiJ

SEP26

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SSfir~;,

MANDA TORY ORDER FOR PA'RE'JMr~~,!~-~
DIVORCE CLASS ATTEN
j'\',l
"JI.".\.

t\ Y ----.------The par
separate mainte
parenting time
certified by the
termination oft
issues on their
for modificatio
class. Both par
attendance is e

... _.. _....

nts of minor children who are parties to an action for divorce, annulment,
ance, paternity, or otherwise, that in any manner pertains to custody or
ith minor children, shall attend and complete an education seminar,
hiefjudge, concerning the emotion and psychological effect of the
e marriages on children and/or the effect of custody and parenting time
hildren. This rule also applies to parents involved in post-decree motions
of custody and/or parenting time who have not previously taken the
nts prior to trial or final hearing must complete the seminar, unless
cused or deferred by the presiding judge for good cause shown.

WITH N THREE (3) DAYS of receipt of this notice, parties are to enroll in the
2 'li hour class
and requesting
Court to comp
person and 111a
so that proof 0

y contacting the Spring River Judicial Support & Mediation Services,
pecifically to enroll in the Parenting Class. Parties are required by the
ete the class before the case is set for hearing/trial. Parties are to attend in
be required to produce appropriate identification as requested by the staff
attendance may be made in the court record.

**

iver Judicial Support and Mediation
e information on class schedules and
Counties.
'11 be a $30.00 fee for the class. You
on attendance.
ss is for ADULTS ONLY. DO NOT
please be punctual.
ss is explained further in the attached.

L INFORMATION

**

**
**

Spring
comple
Labett
There
class u
The Cl
you an
The cl

ABOUT THE PARENTING CLASS.

PRES ~G
/

Services (620-232-9100) has
locations in Crawford, Cherokee and
must be prepared to pay for the
bring you children to the class with
document.

JUDGES
I

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L-

Lori A. 'Bolton t1leming(:J

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
PARENTING CLASS

The go ·1of this program is to reduce the necessity for parents to turn
to the court £ r decision making in parental matters, by encouraging
appropriate p renting communication and by stressing the importance of
parental invo vement once the relationship ends. This class will assist
parents to bri ge communication gaps, to understand the grief process for
themselves a d their children, and discourage destructive communication, a
natural react' on that is so damaging to children "caught in the middle".
The k
relationship
continuous
important c

Yconcept is to encourage parents to develop businesslike
with one another, in order that they may create their own
ildrearing plan, involving both parents, instead of leaving
ildrearing decisions for the court.

This lass will provide educational information about:
1. T e grieving process and common feelings and reactions

exper enced by both adults and children as relationships terminate.
2. H w to continue a parental relationship after the relationship ends.
3. H w to avoid putting children in the middle of destructive games
s ch as "1 spy", "cut down", "messenger game", etc.
4. T e need for parents to develop time-sharing plans for their
c ildren after separation and termination of the relationship.
5. T e importance of parents keeping in control of their lives by
aking responsible and considerate parenting decisions on their
o
and not relying on the court to do that for them.

IN

HE DISTRICT COURT OF

In the Matter of t e Marriage of
Jennifer D. Wald n
P titioner
and
Zachary Walden
R spondent

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KANSAS

13 SEP26 P2 :39
Case No.

CLERK

fl/f~/J't 5'
atI 3OI~.>lJ0;:.

CRAWFORD

BY _------

(J

COUN 1 'f

.

Court No.
Chapter No. 60

)

OTION FOR ISSURANCE OF TEMPORARY ORDERS

1.

This ivorce action is currently filed and active.

2.

Petit' oner needs temporary child support of $678/month according to the child

support worksh et attached hereto. Furthermore, the Petitioner is entitled to spousal
maintenance in

e amount of $606/month.

3. Petiti ner requests that temporary orders be issued prohibiting either party from
selling, giving a ay, disposing of, or in any other way affecting the parties' property pending the
final determinati n of this matter, other than in the normal course of business.
4.

Petiti ner requests that temporary orders be issued prohibiting either party from

canceling any exi ing insurance coverage's or altering or changing the beneficiaries or insured
parties under any policies of insurance.
I

5.

P titioner requests that she temporarily be named as the sole custody parent with

the Respondent e titled to weekly supervised visits only through the Pittsburg Child Exchange
Center..
6.

Petiti ner requests the Court award the temporary possession of the parties' marital

house to Petition r with such provisions as the Court deems appropriate for the payment of
expenses relating to that property.
7. Petitio er requests that the Court award her possession of their 1997 White Expedition
and the Respond nt shall have possession of his Honda Prelude
ORE, for the above and forgoing reasons, Petitioner prays that the Court issue
its Temporary 0

ers as herein prayed, together with such other relief as the Court may deem

just and equitabl .
Respectfully submitted,

KYL M.FLE~
THE FLEMINQ..-wAW FIRM, LLC
P.O. BOX 1567
100 S. Broadway, Suite 200
Pittsburg, Kansas 66762
Office 620-230-9419
Cell 620-249-9419
Attorney for Plaintiff

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE AND MAILING
T e undersigned does hereby certify that a true and correct copy of the above and
forgoing pleadin was served on counsel in the above entitled action, on the ~
day of
2013, by depositing the same in the United States Mail, postage prepaid and
prop~rly address
to: Zachary Walden at 523 Terry Drive, Frontenac, KS 66763.

<. ."

Mother

DISTRICT
MATTER

Father

0.0%
IN THE

IN THE

and Total Monthl Income

Pet.

Current Child Support
Calculation

100.0%

ELEVENTH

COURT,

Total

JUDICIAL

CRAWFORD

Child Su

art Obli ation

Father

a s

$678

$3 033
DISTRICT

COUNTY,

KANSAS

OF

JENNIFER

D. WALDEN
PETITIONER

Case No

VS

ZACHARY

WALDEN
RESPONDENT
CHILD

SUPPORT

SUBMITTED
IA.

INCOME

COMPUTATION

1. Domestic
I B. INCOME

- WAGE

Gross

COMPUTATION
Reasonable

Ic.

- SELF

Monthly

ADJUSTMENTS

(Annually)

Gross

Monthly

3. Domestic

Gross

Gross

Court-Ordered

3.

Court-Ordered

GROSS

INCOME

Spousal

Maintenance

Paid

4. Court-Ordered

Spousal

Maintenance

Received

Support

Income

COMPUTATION
1. Child

OF CHILD

Support

SUPPORT

Shares

Child

of Combined

Support

$3,033

ort

Interstate

4.

Health

0-5

6-11

12-18

S678

$0

$0

Pay Differential

Multiple

Family

and Dental

0.0%

Income

100.0%

Obligation

A e
Number
Su

Father

$3,033

SO

Income

Proportionate

3. Gross

Father

$3,033
SO
$0
$0
S3,033

Mother
Total_

2.

SO
SO
SO

$3,033

Tolal_

10.

Father

$0
$0
$0
$0
SO

Paid

5. Adjusted

Child

S36,400

Mother

Income

Support

Father

$0

$0
SO
$0

Income
Expenses

Income

Monthly
Child

Mother

Mother

EMPLOYED

Monlhty

Business

TO DOMESTIC

1. Domestic
2.

EARNER

Income

1. Self Employment
2.

WORKSHEET

BY PETITIONER

MFA Children

Tolal
$678
N
N

(Y/N)

(Y/N)

Application

Insurance

Add'i

$0

Premium

$0

Total_
5. Work-Related

6.

Parents'

Child

Care

Less

Child

Care

Child

Care

- Mother

0 child(ren)

Support

Obligation

Total Child

Tax Credit

(Federal

I

& KS credit)

Father

SO

Total_

0 child(ren)

$678

7. Parental Child Support Obligation
(Percentage of Parent's gross monthly income for Chifd Support)
8. Adjustment
9.

Basie

for Insurance

Parental

Child

and Child

Support

SO
#DIV/OI
SO
SO

Care

Obligation

CHILD

SUPPORT

Applicable
N

Long

2.

N

Parenting

3.

N
N

Income
Special

N

Agreement

N

Overall

4.

5.
6.
7.

Amount

Category

. (YINl
Distance

Parenting

Time Adjustment
Tax Considerations
Needs/Extraordinary
Past Majority

Financial

Condition

Time

Costs

(+1-)
(+1-)
Expenses

(+/-)

(+/~)
+/-\

FROM

REBUTTABLE

PRESUMPTION

Father

$0
SO
$0
$0
SO
SO

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
SO

AMOUNT
Amount
Mother

1. Basic

Parental

2.
3.

Ad'usted

4.

Equal

Total Child

Child

Support

Support

Obligation

SO
SO
$0

Adjustments

Subtotal

Parenting

Time

Allowed

Mother
(+/-)

Total_

DEVIATIONS

$0
$678

ADJUSTMENTS

1.

IF.

$678
22.4%

S678

Total_
IE.

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$0
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Costs

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S678
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(Not Applicable)
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Enforcement
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6.

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Prepared

By:

PETITIONER

Judge/Hearing

Officer

Date Approved

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IN T E DISTRICT COURT OF CRAWFORD COUNTY, KANSAS
In the Matter of t e Marriage of

)
)

Jennifer D. Wald n,
Petitioner,

)

)
)

) Case No.

and

)
)

Zachary Walden
Respondent,

)

Pursuant to Chap er 60
R spondent

SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE WORKSHEET
l. Petitioner's A erage Yearly Salary
2. Respondent's

$0
$36,400

verage Yearly Salary

3. Difference in ncome

$36400

4. Multiply 20% of Line C:

$7,280

5. Divide Line D by 12:
M nthly Amount of Maintenance

$606/month

LENGTH OF MAINTENANCE
Number of years fmarriage 5 divided by 3 = 1.67 Years of Maintenance Times 12 =
20 months of Ma ntenance.
Respectfully submitted,

K ~
.FLEM
THE FLEMING
P.O. BOX 1567
100 S. Broadway, Suite 200
Pittsburg, Kansas 66762
Office 620-230-9419
Cell 620-249-9419
Attorney for Petitioner

IN

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HE DISTRICT COUlT ~p.,€-knJJORD

fthe Marriage of

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Jennifer D.

alden
Petitioner

and

COUNTY, KANSAS

Case No.

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CLE~K OF DIS T. CUU~\:
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Court No.
Chapter No. 60

TEMPORARY ORDERS
=-__

day of~f

, 2013, the above-captioned action comes

before the co rt on the Motion of Petitioner for Temporary Orders. Petitioner appears by
Kyle M. FIe ing; Respondent appears not.
eviewing all of the pleadings presented, the Court finds that the following
temporary or ers should be issued:
1.

It is in the best interests of the minor child that the parties be granted joint
legal custody of the minor child of their marriage, namely:

Kaidi

R. Walden

Born: xx-xx-2010

Age: 3 years

Liam

arker Walden Born: xx-xx-2011

Age: 2 years

2.

It is in the best interests of the minor children that Petitioner have sole

custody of th minor children and the Respondent have weekly supervised visits only
through the P' tsburg Child Exchange Center
3.

Respondent shall pay to Petitioner the sum of $678 per month as and for

temporary su port of the minor child. Said support shall be paid beginning October 1,
2013, with a 1ke amount payable every month thereafter on the first day of the month,

until further

0

der of the Court. Furthermore, the Respondent shall pay to the Petitioner

the amount of $606 per month, in addition to child support, for spousal maintenance.
4. All payments required by this Order shall be made payable to the order of the
Kansas Paym nt Center. The address of the Kansas Payment Center is P.O. Box 758599,
Topeka, Kans s 66675-8599.
Each
the two-digit

ayment must include the Court Order Number (case number) proceeded by
lpha character identifier for the county issuing the order.

5. Un ess the Court makes findings in conformity with K.S.A. 23-4, 107 G),
income withh lding shall take effect immediately to enforce the order of child support or
child support nd maintenance.
District Court shall enforce any support and maintenance orders herein.
District Court shall issue an income withholding order under K.S.A. 23-4,
107 (d) and ( ,if
a. The obligor has agreed in writing,
b. A Notice ofIntent has been timely mailed to the parties and no motion
to stay has been filed,
c. The Motion to Stay was denied, or
d. In the case of maintenance only, there exists an arrearage of at least
two months support.

8. Pos ession of vehicles are granted as follows:
AWARDED TO:
1997 ord Expedition

Petitioner

Honda Prelude

Respondent

2

10. E ch of the parties are restrained and prohibited from harassing or molesting
the other, fro

interfering with the privacy or rights or the other, or from coming on or

around the pr mises where the other is located.
h of the parties are restrained from altering, removing, spending,
mortgaging,
except those

ledging, or otherwise disposing of or encumbering any-of their assets
asonably necessary for their support or in order to comply with the orders

of this Court. In addition, both parties are restrained and enjoined from canceling any
existing insur nee coverage or altering or changing the beneficiaries or insured parties
under any pol cies of insurance.
12. T e terms hereof shall be enforceable by any law enforcement officer to
whom a file-s amped copy of this Order shall be exhibited and either of the parties shall
have the assis ance of any such law enforcement officer upon request without further

13. A Y violation of this order by either party may be the subject of an action for
contempt of

ourt and may lead to further sanctions or enforcement procedures by the
fthe parties shall be afforded the opportunity to present their views and

evidence at t

trial of this action.

IT IS SO 0

ERED

ORIGUJAl SIGHED BY
i~J WACHTER
Judge of the District Court

Prepared by:

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Behind The Lens
By Kyle Wolf, SMC At
ver the co
Mary's Col
memories
Panther fans everyw

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Ietic Director

rse of the past 40 years, St.
an football ~as created. many
at are etched mto the minds of
reoThere have been many great:
plays, exciting wins and disappointing losses, but one constant
throughout those 40 years has
been the man behind the lens
capturing it all on film. A 1956
graduate, Henry Buser proudly
donned the number 86 uniform
during his days as a Panther
football player, and his love for
s deep. In 1974, Henry began
otball games. Between the days

of 16 millimeter film that needed to be driven to Joplin
to be developed and the digital technology of today,
Henry has always taken great pride in providing quality
game Film to the St. Mary's Colgan football program.

Whether he was scaling a light pole or facing wind,
rain; sleet or snow, Henry always had the camera rolling at just the right angle. H~nry's footage is the video
memory of Panther football. While his work has been
seen by every SMC football player since 1974. he is
most comfortable staying behind the lens - unseen. But,
at halftime of the home game on October 30th, Henry
was pulled from behind the camera and offered a small
token of appreciation and gratitude for his dedication
and labor of love during the past 40 years.

Science Teac er Wins Crand Prize In Lesson Plan Contest
n.-MC Science t acher Donna (Normand)
~(80)

was the

plan contest held by
Donna won $500
New Hampshire to
they are writing on t
The Sophia Institute

Mans

thelessons

Donna submitted emphasized the incorpo-

rand prize winner of the lesson

ration of the Church's teaching about biological evo-

he Sophia Institute for Teachers.
d an all-expense paid trip to
ork on a new book of lessons
aching the Beatitudes.
or Teachers serves ail
Catholic educators with faithful,
teacher-written,
classroom-ready
materials
and
inspiring professional development programs.
They were founded
in
2013 and their mission is to
renew and rebuild Catholic

lution, and another lesson taught the biology of reproductive technologies, abortion and genetics, as well as
the Church's teaching on these topics. Donna's lessons
can be seen at http://sophiainstituteforteachers.orglcurriculumlauthor/615.
Reflecting on
her experience, Donna wrote, '1 would just
like to say that my work with other teachers
through Sophia was an eye-opening experience that let me see how special our diocese,
and St. Mary's Colgan, really is. I learned
that not every school has teachers like ALL
of oms, who are so faithful to the teachings of
the Magisterium and so concerned about the
overall spiritual development of the student; priests
like ours, who are truly faithful, energetic, and devoted
to our students; and parishioners like ours, whose generous gifts to God sustain our educational programs.

culture~oug~eryice
011& educi~~n.

to

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truly blessed."

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ALUMNI

Noelle will be promoting her platform, Organ and Tissue Donation,
which is very near and.dear to her

NEWS

..
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Warner
pro\!l es ea ers II'
Sarah Scott Warner
serves as President
Lawyers Section f
Bar Association. T
KBA members 36
under who have b
the Kansas Bar wi
years. Sarah is an
Thompson Ramsde
Warner, PA. in La
She is the daughter
Scott (1967).

(98) currently
of the Young
r the K~sas
s group IS for
years old and
n admitted to
n the past five
attorney with
Qualseth &
ence, Kansas.
f Nancy Hoff

has a second chance at
life. The Ms. America Pageant is
open to women who are 2? years
and older. The pageant will take
place in August, 2015 in Brea,
California.

He directed Colgan to five league
titles, three undefeated seasons and
a 26-game winning streak.

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Decker at the University of

Nebraska,. Kearney

Andy Decker (89) says the college
students regard him as family, since
they see him at the dining haIl more
than just about anyone else on campus at the University of Nebraska at
Kearney, NE. Andy received forHayes Writes aha t Faith for
mal culinary training at the French
the KCSlar
Michael Hayes (08) is one of the Culinary Institute in New York City.
Kansas City Star's ew lineup of After graduating in 2002, he spent
Faith Walkers who e having their ten years in NYC where he owned
columns published
y the news- a restaurant in the city and one on
the Jersey Shore. After working for
paper. In his first
.cle, Michael
some
famous chefs and enjoying
asks: Can faith be a part of one's
his time there, Andy returned to the
life?
http://www.kascity.coml
Midwest last year and became the
living/religion/article
083385.html.
Michael's article ap eared in the Executive Chef at the Umversny of
Star on September
2, 2014. He Nebraska at Kearney, NE.
will have three more articles pubDean recognized for his
lished in the Star this ear. Michael
songwriting
skiffs
IS in the PhD philos phy program
Barry
Dean
(85)
has spent most of
at University of Kanas where he
his
life
involved
with music, He
currently teaches P 'losophy of
has
seen
his
dreams
come true as a
Religion. Michael an Erin Farmer
songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee.
(09) were married this past summer.
In August, Barry was recognized
Erin is in a PhD pro."
for Cancer
as
the Songwriter of the Week by
Research at KU Me .cal School
American Songwriter ..
where she rakes class s as well as
conducts cancer resear h. They live
Lon Farrell inducted in PSU
in Overland Park, Kan as.

Herb Krumsick
Wilbert (58).

(61).

and

Ron

SCHOOLS

NEWSBlasts
Seniors recognized
Three SMC semors were recognized
as National Merit Commended
Scholars by the National Merit
Corporation.
They are Kourtney
Endicott.
Ryan
Higginbotham
and Emily Sanders.
In addition,
Stephanie Oyibo received a letter
of special recognition for her per ..
fonnance on the PSAT.

Students Travel to
Steubenville, Ohio
Ninety St. Mary's Colgan students
and chaperones rode for 24 hours on

2014 Hall of Fame 'Class

Moodie-fox award d title
NoelleMoodie-Fox(92
hasreC'ently
been awarded the Ms. rrginia 2015
title by the Mi. Arne ca Pageant.

On October 25. 2014. Lon Farrell
was inducted into the PSU Hall
of Fame in the Legacy category.
Lon was head footbml coach at
St. Mary's Colgan from (1956-60).

charter busses in the middle of the

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11 Total References
Web References
The Mornin Sun: Wa hter named District Court Jud e 10/11/02
www.morningsun.net.
1 Oct 2002 [cached]
Wachter named Distric Court Judge
Wachter, who has bee in private practice since 1969, fills the vacancy on the District bench left by the
recent retirement of Ju ge Nelson Toburen.
Gov. Bill Graves this eek announced the appointment of A.J. Wachter as District Judge of the 11th
Judicial District, filling the vacancy of retired Judge Nelson Toburen.
Wachter has been a Pi sburg attorney in private practice at Wilbert and Towner since graduating in 1969
fromfueWashburn Un versity Law Schoo1.His private practice has included civil law, insurance defense,
business litigation and amily law.He earned an under graduate degree from Pittsburg State University.
Wachter is a member 0 the Southeast Kansas and Crawford County Bar Associations, the Kansas
Association of Defense Counsel and the Defense Research Institute.
The 11th Judicial Distr ct is comprised of Cherokee, Crawford and Labette Counties.
Wachter said he is hon red to be chosen for the position though he is quick not to boast about his
qualifications or his ab ity to perform in the position.
"You don't brag on yo self.You are who you are," he said. "Everybody who graduates from law school
has a requisite intellige ce and your either honest or not People make that judgment of you.I don't think I
bring anything any mo special than anyone else.We'lljudge in retrospect."
Wachter was chosen b eight of his colleagues in the district to fill the vacancy of Toburen.
Wachter said that by la , the selection committee had to send not more than three but not less then two
names to the governor or appointment.
"They sent two, mysel and Dave McLane," Wachter said. "Dave's a good person and a good lawyer."

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Wachter said he then ent to interview with the governor, who he described as an "easy talk" because of
the governors agreeabl nature.
"He impressed me," he said. "He was gracious."
According to Wachter, while waiting to interview with the governor, one of Graves' assistants asked
Wachter what impact
would bring to the bench.
.
"The truth is, I don't
ajudge should have any impact on the bench," he told her. "That IS not my Job,
I am not a politician. "
Wachter said that he w uld most likely take his position as judge in the next few weeks, allowing him
time to wrap up his pri ate practice and say good-bye to people he has worked with for many years.
"It takes time to wrap p your practice, I've got great law partners, I am the least among them," he
said. "They won't miss beat in things I have in progress.But it will take a while. The hardest part about
leaving are the staff an the clients. The staff is hard to leave."
Wachter said he was a ar baby, born in 1942, went to St. Mary's, joined the Army Reserves at the age
of 18 and remained a r servist for eight years.
"I went to Pitt State, th n Kansas State College at Pittsburg, I think, and la ed football," he said."I
wanted to be a coach ut talkm to Bob Flemm
e sal ,'Why on't you be a lawyer.
Wac ter said he practi ed with what was known as Ke er, I ert, Palmer and Lassman, when he first
started.The firm ultim ely went through other name changes, finally merging into Wilbert and Towner
in 1980.
Before Fleming took e bench a few years ago, Wachter said Fleming asked him to do him a favor. "If I
ever forget that I am a awyer," Fleming asked Wachter, "come kick me right square in the ass."
Wachter said, "When u have that attitude then you know you are going to be a good judge.I'm just a
guy who is a lawyer
now has a different function. Nothing special, no big deaI.To be a judge, you
judge. You're nothing b t a lawyer, you just have a different function."
The Momin Sun: Cra ord Coun 'ud es u for retention 10/27/04
morningsun.net, 27 Oc 2004 [cached]
This year, in Crawford County, Judges John C. Gariglietti, Donald R. Noland and A.J. Wachter are up
for retention.
Wachter has been a dis ict court judge since his appointment in 2002 and held a private practice from
1969.Wachter receive a Juris Doctorate from Washburn School of Law in 1969.He is a member of the
Kansas District Judges Association, the American Bar Association, the Kansas Bar Association and the
Crawford County Bar ssociation.
Wachter A.J. Evaluati n
www.kansasjudicialpe ormance.org, 27 Sept 2008 Lcached]
A.I. Wachter
A.J. Wachter District
Judge Wachter was ap
mixed docket consistin
and misdemeanor crim
School of Law, Judge
to the bench.
Judge Wachter's profes
County Bar Associatio
Corrections Advisory
of Trustees.
Judge Wachter believe

ointed as District Judge in the 11th Judicial District in 2002. Judge Wachter has a
of felony criminal, civil and domestic relations cases with some limited actions
al cases. A graduate of Pittsburg State University and Washburn University
achter was a partner in a private law practice for 33 years before being appointed
ional association activities include the Kansas Bar Association and the Crawford
. Judge Wachter also served as Chair of the 11th Judicial District Community
oard for 5 years and currently serves on the Crawford County Law Library Board
his greatest strengths are preparation, study of the law, patience, and treating all

Deborah S. S
adore Reisdorph '92, Huntington
Beach, CA, has ex anded the Skanadore Reisdorph Law
Offices with office in Huntington Beach, CA and Utica, NY.
Greg A. Sanoba 92, Lakeland, FL, was recognized by The
Lakeland Associa on of Realtors as Affiliate of the Year.
The Hon. Steve R. Ebberts '93, Topeka, KS, has been
appointed Munici al Court Administrative Judge for the City
of Topeka.
Commander Be trand C. Harry '93, Sicklerville, N],
completed Advan d Advocacy training through the Liberty
Mutual Insurance Group's Attorney Development Program.
Theron L. Sims, Jr. '93, Topeka, KS, is part of a group of
Kansas investors ho purchased land from the Menninger
Foundation to ere te a new residential community.

Deena Hyson Bailey '97 received the Pro
Bono Certificate at the annual Kansas Bar
Association Luncheon.

Donald D. Berner
'97, Wichita, KS, has
become a Partner in
Foulston Siefkin, L.L.P,
Wichita.

Shannon D. Wead '97, Wichita, KS,
has become a Partner in Foulston Siefkin,
L.L.p, Wichita.

Jason L. Reed '98, Salina, KS, joined Norton,
Wasserman, Jones & Kelly L.L.c., Salina, as an Associate.

Tammy R. Dod n '94, Kansas City, MO, is an Associate
at Speer Law Fir in Kansas City, Mo., practicing environmental law and c1 ss actions.

Krystal K. Woodbury '98, Greenwood Village, CO, joined
Montgomery, little and McGrew, P.c., in Greenwood Village, CO.

Geoffrey B. Am nd '95, Wichita, KS, has been appointed
MobilePro Corpo ation's General Counsel.

Michael Gayoso, Jr. '99, Pittsburg, KS, was appointed as a
member of the Kansas Lottery Commission by Governor
Sebelius.

Chun '95, Raleigh, NC, has opened
Office.
C 01 L. Jennings '95, Mount Laurel, N],
oined Capehart & Scatchard, P.A., as an
attorney in the Litigation Department She
is a member of the American, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, and Camden County Bar
sociations.
cea J. Wempe '95, Topeka, KS, has joined
ax Services, Inc., as a tax accountant.
Alex B. Bachel
'96, Topeka, KS, was named General
Counsel of the GI bal Life and Health Division of GE's
Emplo ers Reinsurance Corporation.

Scott C. Palecki '96, Wichita, KS, was
elected t~ serve as President of the Health /
Law Section of the Kansas Bar Association.
.
ey D. Wicks '96, Wichita, KS, has joined
Penalty Defense Unit, representing indiross Kansas.

Eric G. Kraft '99, Overland Park, KS, was elected to serve
as President of the Young Lawyers Section of the Kansas Bar
Association.
Lawrence E. Nordling '99, Salina, KS, joined Norton,
Wasserman, Jones & Kelly L.L.c., Salina, as an Associate.
Kerry L. Wasinger '99, Hays, KS, became a full-time
instructor of management and marketing at Fort Hays State
University.

2000's
Samantha P. Angell '00, Salina, KS, became a named
shareholder of Achterberg Newstrom & Angell.
Kyle M. Fleming '00, Pittsburg, KS, became a Partner of
Wilbert and Towner in Pittsburg.
Brandy A. Porter '00, Manhattan, KS, opened Porter Law
Office PA, in Manhattan, KS.
Scott C. Everett '01, Tampa, FL, was named Vice President
of Security & Compliance for First Kensington Bank in
Tampa, Florida.
Therese M. Murphy '01, Yakima, WA, was hired as a
deputy at the Prosecuting Attorney's Office, District Court
Division, Yakima County.

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