Kansas Alimony / Spousal Support

Kansas alimony, also referred to as spousal support is the amount of money one spouse pays to the other, by court order or through agreement of the parties, for support and maintenance.

According to Kansas statutes Chapter 60, Article 16 the court may award future support, to either party in an amount the court finds fair and equitable under all circumstances. The support can be modified or terminated by circumstances prescribed within the decree. The maintenance can be modified by filing a motion for modification. The court can modify the alimony retroactive to a date at least one month after the date that the motion to modify was filed.

Spousal support in Kansas cannot exceed 121 months.

Kansas statutes for alimony can be found here: Kansas statutes Chapter 60, Article 16

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