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  • Kansas Family Law Attorney Discusses Proposed Legislation That Could End Common Law Marriage

    There is currently a proposal in the Kansas House that, if passed, would eliminate common-law marriage beginning this July. If…

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  • This is Why a Kansas Family Law Attorney Recommends Consulting With a Financial Professional During Your Divorce

    In addition to turning your emotional life upside down, divorce can flip your wallet and your bank account inside out.…

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  • Kansas Family Law Attorney Shares Tips for Talking to Kids about Divorce

    If you have children and you are considering divorce, you may already know that the idea of talking to your…

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  • Kansas Estate Planning Attorney Explains Why Every Parent Needs a Will

    Did you know that more than half of all parents do not have a will? If you were to ask…

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  • Kansas Family Law Attorney Explains Collaborative Divorce

    Did you know that Kansas couples who would like to divorce have an option available to them that could save…

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  • Kansas Family Lawyer Explains What You Need to Know During Your Custody Case

    Anyone experiencing a divorce with children understands it can be a very difficult and daunting time. The lengthy process can…

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  • Kansas Family Law Attorneys Provide a Guide to Grandparents’ Visitation Rights

    There are many factors that can tear a family apart.  Divorce, incarceration, the death of a parent, and drug or…

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  • Kansas Family Law Attorney Discusses the Visitation Rights of Kansas Grandparents

    Grandchildren bring joy and light into the lives of their grandparents. Children benefit from having close relationships and regular interactions…

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  • Kansas Family Law Attorneys Discuss Collaborative Family Law

    Collaborative family law is a new way of resolving disputes, such as divorce, by removing the disputed matter from the…

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  • What to Do in the Event Your Ex Fails to Meet Court Ordered Child Support Obligations

    Your court ordered child support is something you depend upon every month to provide for your child’s basic needs.  When…

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