No. 45,714

205 Kan. 671 (1970)

473 P.2d 77

Z. MAE RINEY, Appellee, v. EARL RINEY, Appellant.

Supreme Court of Kansas.

Opinion filed July 17, 1970.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Ray H. Calihan, Jr., of Calihan, Green, Calihan and High, of Garden City, argued the cause, and Logan N. Green and Daniel J. High, of the same firm, were with him on the brief for the appellant.

Charles E. Vance, of Vance, Hobble, Neubauer, Nordling and Sharp, of Liberal, argued the cause, and Gene H. Sharp, of the same firm, was with him on the brief for the appellee.

The opinion of the court was delivered by


The basic question presented by this appeal is whether an order reviving past due installment payments for the support and education of the minor children of a marriage under a divorce decree is valid. The order in question purported to revive not only unpaid installments which were dormant but also installments which had not yet become dormant.

The facts are not in dispute. In 1950 Z. Mae Riney...


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