Any parent in Kansas who believes a former spouse is a danger to a child can take immediate action to provide evidence to appropriate officials. During child custody proceedings, however, it is never okay to take matters into one's own hands so as to violate the law. A mother in another state has learned this lesson the hard way; thankfully, the judge in charge of the case sentenced her to four years of probation instead of prison.
In our last post, we talked about how debt is divided among the splitting spouses in a divorce. This is part of the property division process, even though most people wouldn't consider debt to be an "asset" or a piece of "property." This process is integral to divorce, and it is imperative that the spouses involved in the divorce take it seriously.