How Divorce Works in Kansas
We know that divorce is a complicated and challenging time in anyone’s life. We understand that you probably did not foresee this situation, and you might not even know where to begin. The attorneys at Jacobson & Fox, L.L.C. are here to make it as easy as possible so that you and your family can begin to heal.
Is Kansas a No-Fault Divorce State?
Kansas is a no-fault divorce state which allows couples to separate based only on incompatibility. During a divorce, you do not need to prove that the other person did something wrong, you must only allege that you are not longer compatible and face irreconcilable differences. Although Kansas does sometimes allow for "fault" divorces, No-Fault is usually preferred due to the privacy and simplicity benefits.
No matter what kind of divorce you are going through, our attorneys will add some clarity to the process and make it as simple as possible. Call us today at (785) 539-9300 for support in Geary County, Riley County and the surrounding areas.