No-Fault Divorce in Kansas

Like more and more states, Kansas is primarily a “no-fault” divorce state. Grounds For Divorce in Kansas The specific Kansas statute that governs divorce proceedings in Kansas provides three reasons for a court to grant a divorce: Incompatibilit…
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How Does a Judge Determine Child Custody in Kansas?

From our in-depth experience in family law issues at the Salina, Kansas, law firm of Hampton & Royce, L.C., we know that addressing all the legal and practical issues relating to child custody can be challenging.  Sometimes, parents simply canno…
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Grandparent Visitation Rights in Kansas

A close relationship between a grandparent and grandchild benefits both the child and the grandparents. Kansas law recognizes that fact. If family issues interfere with grandparent visitation, the grandparents may ask the court to grant visitation ri…
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