People in Wyandotte County who need legal help but can’t afford an attorney can now help themselves -- either by representing themselves or by taking advantage of a free attorney at the new Wyandotte County Self-Help Center.
Let’s be clear: Going to the courthouse to file paperwork has never been anybody’s idea of a good time. Yet one area of the Johnson County Courthouse has become known to clerks as a place with “the highest number of hugs per square foot” of any courthouse office. That area is a help center designed to ease the frustration of people who are trying to go it without an attorney in divorces, child visitation arrangements and evictions.
Kansas Courts make a variety of resources available to self represented litigants. This website also has a page of links to many resources and forms if you want to "do it youself."
Limited Scope Representation In Kansas: How To Use An Attorney As You Represent Yourself In Court Adapted from a document prepared by the Supreme Court Committee on Self Represented Litigants (6/25/08)   What is limited scope representation? Limited scope representation means that you and your attorney agree that you will do some of the tasks related to your case, and the attorney will do others. 
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