Frequently Asked Questions
These are general questions about NDF Co. and its forms. Also included are some common legal questions about summons, subpoenas and garnishments.
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Generally no. All of our forms are designed for use in Kansas courts. The one exception is form CR28--Arrest/Detention Probable Cause Affidavit and Determination set. These forms document the probable cause as required by the Riverside case to justify continuation of a detention. They may be used in any court in any state, including Kansas.
Electronic forms are available in groups--Clerks of the District Court, Municipal Courts, County/District Attorneys, Civil and Collection forms, and Debt Collection forms--on diskettes or CD ROM. Please use the navigation bar to go to the page containing information about the forms which interest you.
Only price lists, brochures and order forms are downloadable from the web site. you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to download these documents. Click on the link located with the document information to download this program free from the Adobe website. Other forms are not downloadable from the web site. Please check our price lists, brochures and order forms for information on how to buy our forms.
We make every attempt to keep current. If you have a question about a specific form, see our "What's New?" page, or call us.
Take your completed form to your District Court Clerk's office for filing.
Follow the instructions that came with the Order of Garnishment. NDF also has software to help employers calculate withholding orders and Kansas earnings garnishments. For more information, click here.
Contact the court or attorney listed on the summons/subpoena.
For all non-earnings garnishments--the answer is returned to the District Court Clerk listed on the Order of Garnishment.
For all earnings garnishments--the answer is mailed to the debtor and to either the judgment creditor or the creditor's attorney, as indicated on the Order of Garnishment. If there is more than one garnishing creditor, send a copy to each.
Within 15 days of the end of the garnishment month, you must send the Answer to the debtor and creditor(s). The debtor and creditor(s) then have 10 days to file an objection. If no objection is filed, you pay out the garnished monies to the creditor(s).
The Kansas legislature. Complaints may be directed to your local State Representative or State Senator, or to the Kansas Judicial Administration (785.296.4873).
All earnings garnishments are now continuous, effective July 1, 2002, and should be figured essentially the same way. However, some types of garnishments take precedence over others. If you need further explanation, please contact us. Or, you can make figuring garnishments a snap with our Kansas Court Withholding Calculation Software. You can learn more about that program by going to our Employers page.
The only other program you need is some form of Windows. NDF programs may be used with Windows 3.1, 3.11, 95, 98, 2000, NT, Millennium Edition or XP.
The two programs cannot be merged. However, the payroll program you are already using will give you the payroll information you need in order for the Court Withholding Program to do its calculations.
This page last updated 7/18/2013
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