Child Support Attorneys
Your Experienced Child Support Attorneys Wichita, KS
In most cases where a child’s parents are separated, one parent provides the other parent with monthly child support payments. The amount of child support is dictated by the Kansas Child Support Guidelines. When there has been a material change in circumstances, the Guidelines empower the District Court to modify child support. A material change in circumstances for child support purposes can take many forms, but are most commonly seen after a modification of child custody, increase or decrease in a party’s income, or the mere passage of time. If a material change in circumstances can be shown, the Court will set a new child support obligation consistent with the Guidelines.
For more information, please contact the child support attorneys of Wagle & Turley for a consultation.