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The petitioner in a divorce must have been an actual resident of Kansas for 60 days prior to the filing of a petition for divorce. There is no residence requirement for separate maintenance actions.
The judge looks at the following criteria when it comes to dividing assets: the age of the spouses, their future earning capacities, the duration of the marriage, the history of the property, the tax consequences of a forced sale, family ties and obligations, and an allowance for alimony.
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