What is the Kansas Payment Center?

What is the Kansas Payment Center?

All child support payments are made through the Kansas Payment Center (KPC). Payments can be mailed to the Kansas Payment Center, PO Box 758599, Topeka, KS 66675. Be sure to include your SSN and case number to ensure proper credit. Payments can also be made online at the KPC Website.

What is a KPC pin?

A Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a unique number assigned by the KPC to any individual who is paying or receiving support. You may use your PIN instead of your social security number to hear information about your case(s), which helps you avoid identify theft.

What age does child support end in Kansas?

18 years

How do you file for divorce in Kansas?

In order to file for divorce in Kansas, either you or your spouse must be a resident of Kansas for at least 60 days. You may file in the District Court in the county where either of you live. The most simple procedure is an uncontested divorce.

Can we agree to no child support?

It can be open to the parents just to informally agree to no access and no child support, but if either parent changes his or her mind, that arrangement could be changed entirely. There are a lot things that parents, and spouses, have to consider when going through a separation or divorce.

Why would a child support case be dismissed?

In its most basic sense, a case is dismissed when a Court denies, in a final order, relief being requested by a moving party. Because people often misunderstand what a dismissal means, this can cause confusion and lack of understanding of the Court’s ruling.

What does it mean when a custody case dismissed?

If child custody cases, when a case is dismissed it means that child custody doesn’t legally change from what it was before the petition was filed. The same is true for child support cases, third party cases, or any other type of family law case.

Can custodial parent forgive arrears?

A custodial parent can waive or forgive all arrears owed to him or her directly. Use the Account Summary from the SCU to determine what arrears are owed to the parent, and what arrears are owed to the state (if the custodial parent ever received Public Assistance).