2019 Kansas CS Guidelines Update

Federal Regulations require each state to review their state child support guidelines at least every 4 years. In Kansas the Child Support Guidelines Advisory committee has been meeting regularly since last year to review and update the guidelines.

The staff at Bradley Software has attended a number of these meetings to get a head start on understanding the proposed changes, as well as providing input to the committee on issues our customers have raised with the current guidelines.

The committee has now released the proposed revisions to the guidelines for public comment. The Public Comment Period ends in less than 60 days, on August 10th, 2019. We know you are very busy representing your clients so our staff is preparing comments on the proposed changes which we will share with you in upcoming newsletters.

Our goal is to review the proposed guidelines and create a list of the more significant changes. We will send that list along with our views on the changes to you by mid July. You can share your thoughts with us for possible inclusion in our final list, or you can provide your comments directly to the committee via the survey link on the court website.

If you would like to personally review the proposed guidelines (which we strongly recommend), click here for the full text of the Proposed Guidelines

If you have any questions please let us know at inquiries@bradleysoftware.com

… and as always… Thanks for choosing Bradley Software!
Brad and Randy

About Brad Short

CEO : Bradley Software; Of Counsel at Short, Borth & Thilges, Attorneys at Law, LLC, Overland Park, Kansas. Born Birmingham, Alabama, December 27, 1941; admitted to bar,1966, Kansas and U.S. District Court, District of Kansas; 1975, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit; 1976, U.S. Supreme Court. Education: University of Colorado (B.A., 1963; J.D., 1966). Contributing Author, Practitioner's Guide to Kansas Family Law, Kansas Bar Association, 1997. Listed in: The Best Lawyers in America, Family Law, every year from 1987 through 2013. Member, Technology Advisory Committee, Kansas Judicial Council, 1991-1998. Member: Bourbon County, 1966-1977 (President, 1970-1971), Johnson County (Member: Ethics and Grievance Committee, 1984-1998; Family Law Bench/Bar Committee, 1984-), Kansas and American (Vice-Chair, Solo Practitioners and Small Firms Committee, Economics of Law Practice Section, 1984-1985) Bar Associations; Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, 1974-1984 (State Treasurer, 1975-76; Member, Board of Governors, 1974-1984). Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 1994-2013 . Practice areas: Family Law.
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