Paternity

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Placing Father on the Birth Certificate

Once paternity has been established by court order, it is important to place the father's name on the birth certificate. This site will explain the process and provide forms to get it done. There is a fee to amend the birth certificate and the sit

Kansas Paternity

Brief explanation of when and why it is necessary to establish paternity, the father of a child. Each child has the right to two parents and, even if the parents aren't married or have never lived together, the child's right to a father is absolut

Kansas Parenting Plan Development

This is information from the Kansas Court website on developing parenting plans. http://www.kscourts.org/programs/parenting-planning/information.asp

Kansas Parenting Plan

This is a form that can be filled in on computer to prepare a Kansas Parenting Plan. It can be used by parents who are in agreement to complete together and file with the Court or it can be used by one parent to make a proposal to the Court for a