Serving in the military is not a nine to five. The nature of the work requires military families to be flexible. This same is true with deciding on parenting time for service members during a divorce or paternity action. Parenting time is established through a parenting plan. These agreements usually include a schedule for when…

For Immediate Release: TOPEKA, Kan. – Natalie M. Teemer Washington has joined the Family Law Division of Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC. Her practice area includes divorce, child custody, paternity, child support and juvenile law. Teemer Washington comes to the firm from the Kansas Legislative Research Department in Topeka where she was a legislative research…

In a divorce, what was once called “ours” splits into “his” and “hers.” While you can easily agree not to live together, what will happen to the things you’ve worked so hard to acquire? Dividing the marital assets can be one of the most difficult tasks faced by divorcing couples. But, if you and your…

Change is a part of life. Some life changes may require a change to a child support order. This quiz is specifically for those who have a child support order that has been implemented through the court system. If your child or children live primarily with you and you do not have a child support…

1. Knowledge of the Law and Local Rules: Two attorneys can arrive at two very different child support calculations. If you have an attorney who does not know the intricacies of the child support guidelines, you could end up paying more than you should or end up receiving less than you should. Knowing the local…

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