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Research & Case Law

Mills v. Habluetzel (Federal, US Supreme Court 1982)

April 1982

The period for ascertaining the fatherhood of the child must be sufficiently long to permit those who have an interest in the child to bring an action on their behalf despite the personal difficulties that may surround the birth of a child outside of wedlock.

Little v. Streater (Federal, US Supreme Court, 1981)

June 1981

There is a due process right of an indigent, alleged father to obtain genetic testing at a state’s expense.

Brady v. Brady (Kansas 1979)

March 1979

When a child attains the age of majority, or when a child goes to live with the other parent, or when a child dies, the obligation to pay support for that child should automatically cease and terminate unless an agreement provides otherwise.

Brady v. Brady (Kansas 1979)

March 1979

When a child attains the age of majority, or when a child goes to live with the other parent, or when a child dies, the obligation to pay support for that child should automatically cease and terminate unless an agreement provides otherwise.

Brady v. Brady (Kansas 1979)

March 1979

When a child attains the age of majority, or when a child goes to live with the other parent, or when a child dies, the obligation to pay support for that child should automatically cease and terminate unless an agreement provides otherwise.

Andler v. Andler (Kansas 1975)

July 1975

A parent is entitled to credit for Social Security payments by the government against his or her liability for child support under a divorce decree to the extent of, but not exceeding, his or her monthly obligation for child support.

Edwards v. Edwards (Kansas 1958)

April 1958

An order of temporary support, in a divorce action, is merely a temporary provision for a child's support until the final determination of the divorce action. The order for temporary support does not become a final judgment of support.

Ortiz v. Ortiz (Kansas 1956)

December 1956

The marriage of a minor child does not automatically terminate the child support obligation of the minor.

Ortiz v. Ortiz (Kansas 1956)

December 1956

The marriage of a minor child does not automatically terminate the child support obligation of the minor.

Ortiz v. Ortiz (Kansas 1956)

December 1956

The marriage of a minor child does not automatically terminate the child support obligation of the minor.

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