Coffman & Campbell, LLC
Osage County 785.746.4172
Coffey County 620.717.4316
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Divorce Attorney in Coffey County, Osage County, and the surrounding area

Need A Divorce Lawyer To Protect Your Rights?

No matter which side of a divorce case you are on, the process can prove to be a difficult challenge, and you will require the experienced representation of our firm. At Coffman & Campbell, LLC, we understand the emotional stress that you are experiencing, and we are prepared to provide you with experienced legal guidance. Our divorce attorneys serving Coffey County, Osage County, and surrounding area can assist you with completing the documents and addressing all legal elements that can impact the success of your case.

How To File For Divorce In Kansas

In order to file for divorce in Kansas, it must be proven that either spouse has been a resident of the state for a minimum of 60 days prior to filing. If any of the legal grounds for divorce can be proven, the divorce petition can be filed with the district court.

Kansas has three grounds for divorce:

  • Incompatibility
  • Failure to perform material marital duty
  • Established mental illness or mental incapacity

Many factors will need to be established in order for the divorce to be made official. Property distribution is one important issue that must be determined prior to finalizing a divorce. As Kansas is an equitable distribution state, property will be distributed in a fair, but not necessarily equal, fashion.

What to Do When Children Are Involved in Divorce Cases

Divorce is complex and difficult in and of itself. When children are involved, many issues will need to be determined during the divorce process. The divorcing couple or the court will need to decide on arrangements for child custody, residency, child support, and parenting time. In Kansas, either parent can be awarded residency. If this matter is disputed, the court will determine the arrangement based on the best interests of the child. As you navigate each issue related to your divorce, we encourage you to fight for your rights with our help.

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Coffman & Campbell, LLC
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Coffman & Campbell, LLC - Coffey County Attorney
Located at 112 E. 7th, PO Box 250 Lyndon, KS 66451. View Map
Phone: (785) 746-4172 | Local Phone: (620) 717-4316.
(620) 364-3094

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