May 2016 | No. 113948 (Kan. Ct. App. 2016)

Fuller v. Fuller (Kansas 2016)

Due process requires that the party filing to modify a child support order give notice of the request to the other parent. The other parent is entitled to an opportunity to be heard and a reasonable amount of time to prepare a defense. In this case, the father violated the mother’s procedural due process rights when he failed to provide proper notice he was requesting an adjustment to the child support order for long-distance parenting time.


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