The Johnson County District Court Trustee's office is responsible for enforcement of all Johnson County support orders as well as any other court orders referred to us by another court. The Trustee is empowered to pursue all civil remedies in establishing and enforcing the payment of support. In addition, this office is authorized to collect court fees and restitution.
The office is located at 588 E. Santa Fe, Suite 3000, Olathe, Kansas 66061. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please contact us at: (913) 715-3600, fax number is (913) 715-3700, firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is a Self-Help Center located inside of the Courthouse to assist with filing paperwork, their phone number is 913-715-3385.
Support enforcement fees collected by the Johnson County District Court Trustee increased to 2.5% with a cap of $30.00 per month effective February 1, 2014. This new fee structure will apply to all new and existing orders for support enforced by the Court Trustee's Office. The Court Trustee may assess the increase equally between the parties. The past fee structure of 2% with a $10.00 cap had been in place for more than ten years. The current collections have been insufficient to operate the Court Trustee's office for quite some time requiring the office to meet expenses by depleting reserves accumulated over the preceding twenty years. The Court Trustee has implemented cost saving measures and increased efficiency but further reductions in reserves seriously jeopardizes the offices ability to continue serving children and families in Johnson County.
The fees charged by the Johnson County District Court Trustee continue to be some of the lowest in the State. The District Court and Court Trustee remain committed to serving the citizens of Johnson County in the most effective, efficient and cost effective manner possible.
The Johnson County District Court Trustee's office is responsible for the enforcement of more than 17,000 Johnson County support orders as well as any other court orders referred by another court and have been providing quality services to the citizens of Johnson County for over 42 years. The Trustee is empowered to pursue all civil remedies in establishing and enforcing the payment of support.