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A spouse filing Kansas divorce papers must have been a resident for 60 days.
Kansas recognizes both no-fault grounds and fault grounds for divorce.
The no-fault ground is:
Some of the fault-based grounds for divorce in Kansas are:
The court shall determine joint or sole custody in accordance with the best interest of the child. If the parties have a written agreement concerning the custody of their minor child, it is presumed the agreement is in the best interest of the child.
The following are some factors the courts consider in custody decisions:
Unless special circumstances are present, the courts calculate child support based on the official child support guidelines. Child support will continue until the child reaches adulthood, and may be extended through his or her secondary education.
Kansas divorce forms may be filed in the respondent’s or petitioner’s county of residence.
The court may order mediation of any contested issue at any time upon the motion of a party or upon the court's own motion. In every case, the parties are free to engage in mediation before or after their divorce has been initiated. If the parties are able to reach agreements as to their divorce issues through mediation, they may proceed in court on an uncontested basis.