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2008-Guidelines Kansas Child Support Guidlines

2008-Guidelines Kansas Child Support Guidlines

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Current Child Support Guidelines - Kansas
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Divided Residency is when parents have two or more
children and each parent has residency of one or more of the
children.

For Divided Residency, if each parent has primary residency
of one or more children, a worksheet should be prepared for each
family unit using the Child Support Schedule which corresponds
with the total number of children of the parties living in each family
unit. If the parties’ children are covered by the same health
insurance policy, the cost should be prorated based upon the

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Admin. Order #216, Rev. 11/30/07

number of children in each family unit. Upon completion of the two
worksheets, the lower Net Parental Child Support Obligation is
subtracted from the higher amount. The difference is the amount of
child support the party having the higher obligation will pay to the
party with the lower obligation. (See Appendix VIII, Example 1,
Subsection D.2, Scenario 8.)

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