Monthly Archives: August 2013

Hiring A Kansas Divorce Lawyer

Cordell & Cordell Overland Park, Kansas divorce lawyer Shea Stevens explains the circumstances in a divorce case that would prompt the need to hire a family law attorney.

Kansas Child Support Laws Updates

Kansas child support is determined by a set formula set up by the Kansas family courts. The Kansas Judicial Branch updated its child support guidelines on April 1, 2012. These new guidelines are based upon many factors, including the number of children in the family, the length of time that each child spends with each parent, the income of each parent, income tax considerations, the parents’ expenses and other relevant factors. Fortunately, once the parents fill out their child support forms, there is software for accurately and efficiently crunching all these numbers. Part of a Kansas divorce lawyer’s job is Read more