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The Use of Sworn Affidavits in A Child Custody Case

The use of sworn affidavits in a child custody case are allowed, but only in very limited circumstances. The Kansas Court of Appeals ruled on July 15, 2016, in Lynn v. Lynn (2016) that a Court did not abuse its discretion after making a child custody decision in a Kansas divorce case.

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Child Support Award Vacated by Kansas Court of Appeals for Due Process Violation

In Fuller v. Fuller (2016), the Kansas Court of Appeals vacated a child support award from the McPherson, Kansas, District Court Judge after it had determined that the District Court had violated the Mother’s due process rights. The District Court had originally allowed a child support adjustment at the request of the Father without the Mother receiving proper notice of Father’s request.

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