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February 25, 2005


Dave Kuzanek

I don't think it was re-defined at all ... that's what we were looking for ... the Supreme Court simply decided that the Appellate Court (which had reversed the District Court decision - thereby providing a "new" definition) didn't have the latitude to re-evaluate the evidence provided in the District Court ... I think Kansas is over due for a re-definition of co-habitation (based on the appellate court's opinion), but it's going to take a District Court judge with more guts than the one I was in front of ...

Danny Dillinger

My x-wife was recently awarded $500 per month in maintenance for the next seven years. My children tell me that she has her boyfriend stay the night 3-4 times a week. On the weekends that they stay with her they spend the night at her boyfriends house. I have the children one night a week and every other weekend so I'm sure the children could not account for one night a week and every other weekend. I have been ordered by the court to pay her over half of my net income. The primary custody is reversed for two months during the summer with no abatement of support. The child support I do not have a problem with, but the maintenance is financially devistating. I will also have extreme financial difficulties keeping the children over the summer without support abatement. Are they getting arround the cohabitation issue by maintaining two residences.

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