family law

Mediation leads to resolution

Mediation and Conciliation Settle Disputes by Setting Clear Expectations

November 3, 2022

Mediation is intended as a less stressful and usually more successful alternative to litigation than taking a conflict to court. Conciliation is a form of mediation that is non-confidential and can result in information being shared with the court at the end of the process. If you need help settling a conflict in Olathe or…

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Mediation helps ease holiday stress

Mediation Helps Ease Holiday Stress

October 14, 2022

Mediation can be a key factor in improving the experience of children of divorced families during holidays. Celebrating a holiday in a divided family can feel very strange to children and may solidify the reality that the family structure has changed. Whether during or after a divorce, times like Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas can be…

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Child Support Modification During COVID-19

Child Support Modification During COVID-19

January 4, 2022

Child support modification can occur due to an income or circumstantial change during the COVID-19 pandemic. For child support modification to occur, most states require proving a change in the circumstances of the child or the custodial parent or some other triggering event to allow for a modification.   We know that the past eighteen…

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Child Support Modification: Should I Get A Lawyer?

August 5, 2021

Child support modification requires an extensive knowledge of current family statutes, and getting a lawyer to help guide you through that process is always a wise choice. There are some reasons why having a lawyer on your side when it comes to child support modification is necessary. These cases are often difficult and can be…

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Child Custody: What To Do When The Other Parent Threatens To Take Away The Children Or Get Full Custody

June 29, 2021

Child custody can be contentious, but what do you do when the other parent threatens to take away the children or fight for full custody? The first thing you should do is hire a child custody lawyer to make sure that you are legally represented and have someone to fight for you. This is one of…

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General Practice Lawyers: The Experience and Knowledge You Need

June 17, 2021

A general practice lawyer has the experience you need to handle every aspect of your case, as they are well versed in many different areas of the law. The team at Juris Law & Mediation works with clients in general, business transactional, family, criminal lite, simple estate documents and probate, and property law, as well as mediation.…

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Grandparents Rights: Legal Right To Visitation

April 15, 2021

Grandparents rights are essential if your family dynamic has changed, and you desire an on-going relationship with your grandkids.  When something major such as divorce or the death of a parent occurs, a grandparent’s relationship with their grandkids can be affected.  If in the event that a parent tries to limit the amount of time the…

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Child Support Modification Changes In Kansas

March 18, 2021

The State of Kansas recently made changes to their Child Support Modification laws, and your attorneys at Juris Law & Mediation, LLC. want you to be knowledgeable and prepared for if, or when, these issues come up for you  Child support is determined using a worksheet and/or a formula which is different in each state.  In…

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Reasons For Child Custody Modification

February 18, 2021

Reasons For Child Custody Modification   Child custody modification is an option when a change of circumstances has occurred.  Most states require proof of the change in circumstances of the child or the residential parent or some other triggering event to allow for the modification to occur.  Some of the reasons for child custody modification are:  …

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Should I Get A Lawyer For Child Support Modification?

February 4, 2021

Child support modification can be hard to navigate alone, and obtaining a lawyer to help you through this process can be the key to a successful outcome.  For child support modification to occur, most states require proving a change in the circumstances of the child or the custodial parent or some other triggering event to…

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