Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long does someone have to file an appeal of an eviction?

A: An appeal must be filed within seven days.

Q: After a judgment is entered against a defendant, how long does he or she have to move out of the property?

A: The defendant has seven days to vacate the premises.

Q: Who do I call if I need an attorney and cannot afford one?

Contact the Legal Aid Society at 502-584-1254.

Q. When does someone get his or her proceeds from a garnishment?

A: Funds are held for 15 days from the check date by state statute.

Q: Does someone need an attorney to file a civil suit?

A: An attorney is not needed to file suit.

Q: What is the cut-off time for filing a motion for a Friday docket?

A: Wednesday at noon.