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Grounds for Divorce in Kansas

To begin the process of divorce in Kansas or dissolution of marriage in Missouri, you must file a petition stating what relief you are seeking from the court, as well as the grounds to terminate the marriage. "Grounds for divorce" are the reasons you are asking the court to grant you a divorce….

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Division of Property in Divorce

Division of property in a Kansas or Missouri divorce will be based on what the judge determines to be "fair and equitable".

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Separate/Individual Property in Divorce

Before you make any decisions about how to divide assets in a divorce, you need to know whether they are marital or separate property. You should consult with an experienced family law attorney to be sure your rights are protected.

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Factors in Determining Division of Assets/Property in Divorce

All of the required factors must be taken into consideration when determining the division of assets/property in a Kansas divorce or Missouri dissolution of marriage. You need an experienced family law attorney to be sure your rights are protected.

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Spousal Maintenance/Alimony in Kansas and Missouri

The payment of maintenance is often a very emotional issue. You need an experienced family law attorney to help you analyze whether or not maintenance is appropriate.

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Establishing Paternity Rights in Kansas and Missouri

Establishing paternity is the first step in establishing the legal rights of unmarried parents. To determine legal custody, parenting time and child support, a paternity action must be filed with the court. You should contact an experienced family law attorney to advise you about your legal rights and how to protect them.

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Revising Your Kansas or Missouri Estate Plan After Divorce

You need to be sure that you have reviewed your estate planning and beneficiary designations to remove your your ex-spouse and make additional changes that are appropriate given your change in circumstances. You need an experienced Kansas or Missouri estate planning attorney to assist in making a plan to meets your needs.

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