The Jackson County Family Court implemented a new program called “Cradles to Crayons” with the intention to help parents involved in abuse and neglect cases reunite with their children faster. Currently it takes almost two years for babies and toddlers to go through the court system and out of foster care. Cradles to Crayons is…

The Kansas Department of Children and Families (DCF) removed a website identifying child support evaders. Officials said the website was underutilized. Family law attorney, Ardith Smith-Woertz, shared with Alec Gartner of KCNT ways the public can still help DCF track down those behind on child support payments. Full Story Here.

Family attorney Boyd McPherson estimates hundreds, if not thousands of people in Wichita are being tracked by an ex or current partner. McPherson says he’s worked roughly two dozen domestic cases involving tracking devices. There are dozens of apps for both iPhone and Android users that allow you to track someone’s location. Some even let…

Attorney Boyd R. McPherson with JHC being interviewed by NBC news regarding Senate Bill 257 which creates a presumption that it is in the best interest of the children for the Court to order equal or approximately equal residency (custody) of children in cases where the parents have not entered into an agreed parenting plan….

Julia A. Craft Honored Among Nation’s Top 40 Family Law Attorneys in Inaugural Edition of The National Law Journal’s Divorce, Trusts & Estates Trailblazers The National Law Journal’s inaugural issue of Divorce, Trusts & Estates Trailblazers has recognized Julia A. Craft, of Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC, as one of the top 40 family law…

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