July 2015 | 354 P.3d 1196 (Kan. 2015)

Cain v. Jacox (Kansas 2015)

The doctrine of res judicata will not bar a claim for post judgment interest on a child support obligation when a parent was not a party in a prior proceeding or in privity with a party to a prior proceeding. In an intergovernmental child support enforcement proceeding, the responding state’s attorney does not necessarily share an interest with the custodial parent.

Cain v. Jacox.pdf

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