September 2014 | 24 Kan.App.2d 631, 950 P.2d 267 (1997)

In re Marriage of Johnson (Kansas 1997)

For child support computations, where a parent is paying for family health insurance that covers individuals from more than one family, the cost of the family coverage should be divided among the number of individuals who are covered by the insurance and that number should then be multiplied by the number of children subject to the child support order.

In re Marriage of Johnson.pdf

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