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Legal Information: Kansas
38-13a10 Duration of abduction prevention order
An abduction prevention order remains in effect until the earliest of:
(1) the time stated in the order;
(2) the emancipation of the child;
(3) the child’s attaining 18 years of age; or
(4) the time the order is modified, revoked, vacated, or superseded by a court with jurisdiction under K.S.A. 38-1348, 38-1349 and 38-1350, and amendments thereto.
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