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Many are surprised to learn that the Kansas Child Support Guidelines require parties to notify each other of changes in their child support obligations. If a party fails to provide notification of such a change to the opposing party, the opposing party could request the court assess sanctions and adjust child support payments accordingly. But, how do you know if your child support obligation has changed?

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The eFamilyTools Kansas child support calculator version 19.0.0 utilizes the latest (2019) tax law. In 2018 the Federal Government passed the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). This tax code revision made numerous and substantive changes to nearly all of the tax calculations. The 2019 tax code...

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We are pleased to announce that our new 2019 Kansas Child Support Calculator (version 19.0.0) has been released! This new version makes several updates and incorporates several bug fixes. The most notable change is the new tax calculations which apply the 2019 tax law. Another important change is...

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In a couple short months we'll be waiting anxiously for school to let out and the pool to open. But what does this mean for child support?

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