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THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
DOMESTIC INFORMATION

Kansas Child Support Guidelines can be found at the Office of Judicial Administration’s website at www.kscourts.org

Senate Bill 150, Sections 25, 26 and 27 introduces the concept of “parenting plans.”

A parent seeking a temporary order in which matters of child custody, residency, or parenting time are included shall file a proposed temporary parenting plan contemporaneous with any request for issuance of the temporary orders. The plan shall be served with any temporary orders. “Temporary parenting plan” is defined to mean an agreement or order issued defining the legal custody, residency, and parenting time to be exercised by parents with regard to a child between the time of filing of a matter in which a parenting plan may be entered, and any other provisions regarding the child’s care which may be in the best interest of the child, until a final order is issued.

A “permanent parenting plan” is defined to mean an agreement between parents which is incorporated into an order at a final hearing or an order or decree issued at a final hearing without agreement that establishes legal custody, residency, parenting time, and other matters regarding a child custody arrangement in a matter which a parenting plan may be entered.

Parenting Plan Forms
(offered in 3 formats)
Temporary Parenting Plan
PDF - WordPerfct - Rich Text Format

Permanent Parenting Plan

PDF - WordPerfct - Rich Text Format

Motion to Enforce Visitation or Parenting Time

PDF - WordPerfct - Rich Text Format

Kansas Child Support Guidelines on the Kansas Judicial Branch site