The Law Office of Kurt H King

January 31, 2010


Filed under: Welcome — kurthking @ 1:42 pm

Welcome to Kurt’s Take on Law.

Click on the recent posts or categories in the Sidebar to the right to see the blog posts.  Hope you find something new of value.  Enjoy!

Kurt is a licensed attorney in Kansas and Missouri and has been practicing law for over 30 years!  Stop by this blog to expand your mind on legal topics like family law, personal injury, bankruptcy, divorce, malpractice, workman’s comp, and much more!  Remember, knowledge is power!

IMPORTANT:  All the information on this Blog is general.  Law changes and what you read here may become out of date.   Nothing is meant to form an attorney-client relationship as the facts of each case differ and this information is not tailored to apply to any one reader.  You should contact me or another lawyer to determine what applies in your case.  This blog is simply to post information which may be of interest.

Kurt H King
Law Office of Kurt H. King
20 E. Franklin
Liberty, Clay County, Missouri 64068

Bankruptcy, Pesonal Injury,, Child Custody and Support, Divorce and Modification, Workers’ Compensation


  1. Kurt, I am an Oak Park High School Alum and an Alum of Oak Street Singers. I, and a group of parents, are interested in reinstating and rebuilding the Oak Park High School Foundation for the Performing Arts. What can you do to help us or what can we do to make that happen? OR, is it easier to create a new Foundation? Please contact me as soon as possible at AND and/or 816.824.1399 (by text or call). Thank you in advance to you and/or your staff for your prompt reply.
    Angela (Hinson) Dickson – Class of ’85

    Comment by Angela Dickson — October 7, 2020 @ 5:00 pm | Reply

    • Was the foundation closed down? Just not used?
      My first inclination is that it would have to go through the IRS approval process if it has been down for several years.
      Just let me know so I can give you a more definite answer.

      Kurt King

      Comment by kurthking — October 7, 2020 @ 8:42 pm | Reply

      • From what I can tell on the Secretary of State site, it may have been dissolved around 2004 for non reporting, it seems.

        Comment by Angela Dickson — October 7, 2020 @ 8:46 pm

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