Fields does not believe the situation that has arisen from the Boone County case will jeopardize the sale of the town's water company to West Virginia American Water.
"That case in Boone County just doesn't have anything to do with Pratt," he said.
The subpoena was also sent to the Kanawha County Commission. Pratt and the commission were both subpoenaed on Wednesday afternoon.
Commission President Kent Carper said the county will provide any and all records dealing with the Pratt debt to the attorneys involved in the case.
"All of our records are public records," Carper said.
Carper has instructed county staff to gather records on the matter to provide to the attorneys, he said.
Pratt officials also will not balk at providing financial records to the attorneys involved in the case, Fields said.
Carper declined to comment on the embezzlement case or the subpoena for records, saying it would be "inappropriate."
Fields has been mayor of Pratt two separate occasions.
He was mayor from 1989 until 1993. He was again elected mayor in 2009 and has served going on four years. He is seeking re-election this summer.
Kinder was indicted for the embezzlement charge in January.
Kinder's trial date has not been set. She is currently out on a $10,000 bond.