September 2014 | 592 P.2d 865, 225 Kan. 485 (Kan. 1979)

Brady v. Brady (Kansas 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. When a fixed sum payable periodically is awarded as support for more than one child, and where the trial court does not specify the amount per child, justice is better served by dividing the sum proportionately.

Brady v. Brady.pdf

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