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June 2020 Archives

Know where to seek support for child custody issues in Kansas

Parenting typically involves making decisions regarding your children's health and well-being. If you decide to file for divorce, the decision will undoubtedly prompt many changes in your children's lives. However, negotiating child custody plans does not have lead to a battle in a Kansas family court, especially if you and your ex are willing to work together to develop a fair agreement that keeps your kids' best interests in mind, and you know where to seek legal support as needed.

Cavallari and Cutler back in court over property division

Kansas readers may recall an earlier post on this blog that told of the child custody dispute reality TV star Kristin Cavallari and her estranged husband, former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler, have been trying to resolve. It seems the former couple is back in court. This time, they are fighting over property division issues, more specifically, whether Cavallari can use a portion of marital funds to purchase a new home for herself and her three children.

Take inventory in a high asset divorce

When a Kansas married couple is headed for court in property division proceedings, full disclosure on both sides is a requirement. In a high asset divorce, there may be numerous complex issues that are difficult to resolve. In fact, in many cases, litigation becomes necessary so that the court can make decisions for spouses who are unable to achieve an agreement on their own.

High asset divorce: Why a prenuptial agreement can help

Not every Kansas marriage will last a lifetime. In fact, there may be someone reading this who is considering filing a petition in court because he or she wants to move on in life without his or her current spouse. If it is a high asset divorce, litigation can be complex and challenging.

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