September 2014 | 291 P.3d 55 (Kan. 2012)

In re Marriage of Brown (Kansas 2012)

A district court’s authority to discharge or vacate child support that was due under an interlocutory order, other than an ex parte order, is limited; distinguishing Edwards v. Edwards, 324 P.2d 150, 182 Kan. 737 (Kan. 1958). If a motion for modification has not been filed, any court-ordered modification operates prospectively only, and the district court is not authorized to vacate or discharge past-due child support.

In re Marriage of Brown.pdf

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