Kansas Divorce Lawyers For Men | Cordell & Cordell


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Divorce can be the most trying period in a man’s life. Cordell & Cordell, a domestic law firm, hopes to make it easier for you and your children. Our Kansas divorce lawyers focus entirely on men’s divorce, child custody, paternity, and other dads rights issues.

Cordell & Cordell offers legal representation in Overland Park, Wichita, and surrounding areas. Our Kansas divorce lawyers are committed to providing the best service possible and fighting to be a partner men can count on.

To schedule an appointment with a Kansas divorce attorney, call 1-866-DADS-LAW or your local office.

Kansas Divorce FAQ

What are the grounds for filing for divorce in Kansas?

In Kansas, the grounds for divorce are incompatibility (no fault), failure to perform a marital duty, and incompatibility by reason of mental illness or mental incapacity of one or both spouses.

How much will my divorce cost?

The cost and affordability of a divorce varies widely from case to case and depending on your unique financial situation.

Can I annul my marriage?


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Kansas Child Custody Questions

Who will get custody of our child?

In Kansas, who receives custody of the children is based on the best interests of the child. What is in the best interests of the child is determined by the court based on an analysis of a series of factors set forth by statute.

Can a parent refuse visitation?

No. The parent who fails to pay child support is still entitled to visitation/parenting time, even if he/she has not paid child support.

When can I modify custody?

After a judge has made a final determination of custody, you may seek a modification whenever there is a material change in circumstances. This is shown by demonstrating that there has been a change in the child’s life or surroundings or something has happened such that a change in custody is appropriate.

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