In a high asset divorce, it can be challenging to resolve certain complex issues. Property division in Kansas operates under equitable division laws like most other states. The court's discretion will not be able to help devise a fair and agreeable division, however, if one of the spouses involved is hiding assets.
Kansas parents who disagree regarding where their children should reside, either in divorce or as never-before married parents, may relate to a current situation as it unfolds in another state. The mother and father of a 4-year-old boy are engaged in a highly acrimonious child custody battle. The situation has escalated to the point that a judge has repeatedly ordered the father to return his son to the mother.
Kansas residents who file tax returns will want to be aware of upcoming changes in federal tax regulations. This applies most specifically to anyone contemplating filing for a high asset divorce. The changes are set to take place at the stroke of midnight as the first day of 2019 begins.