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You need to go through the eviction process as you would for any tenant. The Kansas Landlord Tenant laws do not differentiate because of the relationships involved.
The first step is to issue the Notice to Vacate. This link provides the forms that you need to initiate the eviction process:
For nonpayment of rent, the Kansas eviction process requires that a 3-day Notice be used. The notice should indicate the amount of rent owed. It should advise the tenant that the lease will terminate unless the tenant pays the required rent within the 3 days. And it should state that legal action will be sought if the tenant remains on the premises after failing to pay the rent. The disadvantage with this is he can simply pay up the rent.
BUT - If you do not have a written lease then he is on a Month to Month. In a Month to Month you can evict him simply by notifying him of your desire to end the arrangement. Here you must provide a 30 day Notice.
This link has a description of the eviction process:
This link has additional resources that may be helpful to you:
Here is a link to the Landlord Tenant Law in Kansas:
Now while you can not change the locks and use self help, since your daughter is also a tenant and they are going through a divorce situation, she can do so the next time he leaves the house. If he breaks in she can seek a restraining order against him. So she may be in the better position. But she needs the assistance of a family law attorney.
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