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Kansas Legal Services provides forms as a service to low income Kansans. Forms are easy to use and interactive. They will ask you easy-to-answer questions and will auto fill documents you need for filing or responding to legal actions in Kansas district courts based on your answers

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Important Notes

Please note, it is always wise to talk to a lawyer before proceeding in a court case on your own. Please read our important warning.

Find Live Chat in the righthand corner of this page if you need help filling out your form. Please note: Live Chat does not provide legal advice.

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If you have questions about how to complete the forms when using the interactive interview, you can use our LIVE CHAT option. Just click on the icon in the bottom lefthand corner of this page. Live Chat is generally available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can leave a message if Live Chat is not available. You will receive a reply by email within two business days.

Using These Forms


  • The interactive court forms download for printing in Rich Text Format (.rtf), which can be opened in any word processing program, such as Microsoft Word.
  • Make sure your computer chooses a word processing program to download the documents or you may get errors or "gibberish."  


  • The backspace button does not work to delete or modify answers in these interactive interviews. 
  • You must use arrows or your mouse to highlight the information you need to change.  Then use the delete key to remove letters, before you can change information. This problem is not experienced in Explorer.

For more help with these free legal forms, visit our Frequently Asked Questions.


Forms are listed below by category.

Read our Tips for filing legal documents for persons doing it themselves

Click here to see instructions for having a KLS lawyer review your document for you after you complete it and download it.

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Family Law/Divorce

PLEASE NOTE:  When filling out the divorce online forms, make sure all your dates are filled in and valid. Your document may not work without the complete dates. If you can't get your document, go back and check that the dates are in a valid format and try again.

Divorce 101

Divorce 101 is a crash course in do-it-yourself divorce (with no children) -- giving all the details of paperwork, timeline, helpful resources and explaining the legal terms.

Getting Ready For Court

Getting Ready for Court tells you how you can get ready for that court experience, whether it's for a divorce or a traffic ticket, this explains how you should prepare for the big day.

Going To Court

Going to Court helps you understand what goes on when you're IN the courtroom, from how to talk to the judge to what to bring with you to help your case.

Divorce Forms

If you have attempted to give notice of your divorce action to the other party, but were not successful, you can try again to get that necessary step taken, by using these forms:

NOTE: If the combined income of both parents is more than $50,000, you will have to research finding a worksheet from another source.

Child Support/Parenting Time

Child Support Forms

  • Child Support Worksheet  
    • Use this Kansas Legal Services interactive form when the combined income of both parents is less than $50,000.

NOTE: If the combined income of both parents is more than $50,000, you will have to research finding a worksheet from another source.

Address Change

If your address changes, you need to let the Court, your attorney(s) and any parties involved in your case know the new address.  Here is a form you can use to do that.

  • Change of Address Form  Fill this out, make copies and send it to everyone who should know, that you have changed your address.

Name Change

Name Change Forms

Paternity Action

  • Check out our Kansas Paternity Action page with helpful information for parents who are unmarried and need court orders to establish parenting time, custody and child support. 
  • Use these forms to file a paternity action. 
  • Step-by-step instructions are a part of the forms when you complete them.

Paternity Forms  

Identity Theft

Identity Theft Forms

  • Letter to Creditor - Identity Theft  
    • This form is for responding to someone collecting a bill that is in your name, but that you did not authorize.
    • You will need a copy of the bill in hand when you start the interview. 
    • This might be a credit card statement you received that contains charges you didn’t make or authorize.  It can be any situation where your credit or identity was used without your permission.
  • Credit Report Dispute Letter  
    • Follow the link in this form to complete an interactive online interview that will allow you to create a letter to send to the credit bureau to give notice of this error. 
    • IF you are seeking investigation and removal from your credit report of items that are the result of identity theft, you will need a copy of your credit report in hand when you start the interview. 
  • Letter to Debt Collector – Identity Theft  
    • When a debt collector is trying to collect a bill that is in your name but you did not authorize, you will need a copy of their letter in hand when youstart the interview.
  • Answer to Petition for Identity Theft or Statute of Limitations      This interactive interview allows you to create an answer (reply) to a Petition in which your defense is Identity Theft or Statute of Limitations (i.e., you want to claim statute of limitation on a debt that you think is too old to qualify for legal action).                    

Code for Care of Children

Code for Care of Children Forms

Here are documents that third parties (non-parents) can use in Child in Need of Care Cases. 

You will find:

Expungement of Records

Expungement Form

Federal Income Tax

  • File your federal income taxes for free -- click here.  (Note: The free filing will re-open mid to late January, 2022.)


Guardian/Conservator Forms

Protection Orders

  • The information on the website of the Kansas Coalition against Sexual and Domestic Violence KCSDV website will provide you with must-know information about Kansas protection orders.
    • They explain important safety considerations, necessary qualifications, court processes, possible relief, resources and other considerations that you should think about before seeking protection orders.
  • Do You Need a Protection from Abuse Order?
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  • Click here to go to the Kansas Coalition against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV) website.

Protection Order Forms

Kansas Protection Order Portal (KSPOP) is a Kansas-court funded portal.

You can use it to file for a protection order online. It also has resources on domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and human trafficking.

This portal offers helpful information, resources, and a clear path. You can complete the forms from anywhere and on any device. It is also free.

When you click submit, your forms are sent to the court clerk.

Request to Waive Filing Fees

KLS has a form you can create that will request a waiver to filing fees (asks to not have to pay the fee) for any legal situation that requires you to pay a fee.  If you do not have the funds for the filing fee, you can use this form to ask not to pay.

This is an interactive interview that will take you through the form, and then will create the form for you to download.

Small Claims Court

Small Claims Court Forms

Go here to read more about small claims court.

State Income Tax

Suspended Driver’s License in Kansas

If your driver’s license is suspended, you may be able to apply for a restricted license in Kansas.

In 2021, laws were changed to make things easier for Kansas drivers.

Go here to read all the issues about driver's licenses in Kansas and what has recently changed.

Request for Restricted License Form

Authorization Forms

Learn More About Interactive Forms

To learn more about the interactive project and what to expect when you use the interactive court forms, visit our Free Legal Forms Frequently Asked Questions. We are continually adding new forms, so please check back if you do not find what you are looking for.


For more information about SELF-REPRESENTATION

KLS Lawyer Review

Click here to see instructions for having a KLS lawyer review your document for you.


If you find these free legal forms helpful, please consider making a donation to Kansas Legal Services.  Donations will ensure continued availability and help to create additional free legal forms. Click on the "Donate" button at the bottom of this page.

These forms are not for commercial use and charging for use of the forms in any way is prohibited.

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