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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.

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Courts in Kansas generally have three options when it comes to division of property. They are 1) division of property in kind, 2) awarding property (or part of property) to one spouse, and requiring the other to pay a sum equal to that amount, or 3) the ordered sale of property in question and dividing the proceeds from the sale.

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