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December 2019 Archives

Show up well-prepared for a high asset divorce in Kansas

A new year is just around the corner. Many people are busy writing lists and setting goals that they hope to achieve before 2020 will come to an end. Some married couples in Kansas have decided to go their separate ways after the start of the new year. Navigating a high asset divorce can be stressful and challenging, which is why it pays to be as prepared as possible when heading to court.

For better property division, get to know your finances

Divorce is often talked about as if there is only one path from start to finish. However, couples in Kansas will have to navigate many different issues before finalizing everything and moving forward with their new lives. This means that securing the most agreeable divorce settlement relies on making the best possible decisions during things like property division.

A mother believes child's father disobeyed child custody order

A woman in another state has notified police that she believes her child's father has abducted their child. She and her mother have also told law enforcement officers that they believe the child's father was angry about a recent child custody ruling, and has taken the child as an act of revenge. Any Kansas parent concerned about custody issues should have a support network in place to access help at a moment's notice, if needed.

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