Legal Question in Family Law in Kansas

If you are the primary parent and you decide to put your child in private school when they could attend a public school in the are, is the father required to pay the additonal cost.

Asked on 10/25/11, 2:50 pm

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Rian Ankerholz Ankerholz and Smith
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In my experience, if one parent objects, the court usually requires the parent who is choosing the private school to pay for the schooling. That is especially true for cases when the child is not already in private school by agreement of the parents. Each case is different, so consult an experienced family law attorney.

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Answered on 10/25/11, 2:57 pm

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