What Is an Emergency Divorce in Kansas?

Divorce can be a time-consuming matter in some cases, but the Kansas family court system does provide the opportunity for an expedited divorce in emergency situations. Kansas upholds an emergency divorce option for those who need immediate divorce rulings. In most cases, emergency divorces are reserved for domestic violence and spousal abuse cases. However, they can also come into play when a divorcing spouse can demonstrate an immediate need for financial support from the other spouse. An emergency divorce is typically a sensitive situation that requires careful attention from an experienced attorney. If you need help to escape domestic violence

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What Is a Collaborative Divorce?

If you are thinking about filing for divorce in Wichita, KS, it’s important to know how the process will unfold. It’s also wise to know your options when it comes to finalizing your divorce. Divorce can be an emotional issue, but not every divorce needs to end with a contentious court battle. It is also possible for a divorcing couple to work out their differences amicably and expedite the legal process of ending their marriage through collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce is a non-contentious method of ending a marriage. It is most suitable for divorcing couples who generally agree on the

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Moving from a Contested Divorce to an Uncontested Divorce in Wichita

The vast majority of divorces begin as contested issues and gradually evolve into uncontested divorces. The definition of a “contested” divorce is simply any divorce case in which the divorcing couple disagrees about certain aspects of ending their marriage. The most common causes of these disagreements include child custody, child support, property division, and individual issues unique to that particular couple. If you plan to divorce in Wichita, the process ultimately involves moving from a contested divorce to an uncontested divorce, a process that will be different for every couple who goes through it. While rare, a couple can secure

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Why Being Civil With Your Ex Is the Best Thing for Your Kids After Divorce

Divorce can be a difficult experience for the couple going through the process, but it is even harder on the couple’s children. While divorce is an incredibly demanding matter for anyone going through it, the pressure can be much worse for parents of children. They not only need to settle their affairs with each other legally, but also account for their children’s futures. This requires setting pride aside and doing what is best for one’s children, even if that may not coincide with one’s preferred outcome in a divorce case. Once you have gone through the divorce process and the

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Do you have to sign the birth certificate if you’re uncertain?

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in fathers’ rights on Friday, June 5, 2020. As a father, it is your right and responsibility to be there for your child. You waited for this moment for much of your life, and knowing that your child is here is something that you’re moved by. You want to always be there by their side. You and your child’s mother were not married when she got pregnant, and you have some questions about the baby’s actual paternity. Maybe your relationship with the mother was a little rocky at one point and you were apart, or maybe

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Does a second divorce mean you’re just unlucky in love?

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in divorce on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Divorces happen all the time, so you chalked your first divorce up to nothing more than inexperience, a bad match, immaturity or something similar. When your second divorce (or third) came around, however, you started to question things. Are you unlucky in love? Are you just bad at being married? Probably nothing of the kind. The reality is first marriages still fail roughly 50% of the time and every subsequent marriage you’re in has an ever greater chance of divorce. A second marriage, for example, is likely to fail

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Know how to establish paternity in Kansas

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in paternity on Friday, May 22, 2020. Many men who have children want to care for their children. While they don’t necessarily need to have legal documentation to do this, some decide that they want the legal acknowledgement of paternity. There are a few ways that this can happen. Regardless of which method is used, an establishment of paternity has several benefits for the child, the mother and the father. You can sign an acknowledgement of paternity to get this done, but you should only do this if you’re absolutely sure you’re

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