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Everything you need to know about divorce in Kansas.

You can download the complete instructions below 
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: https://lawhelpinteractive.org/Interview/InterviewHome?templateId=7285
  Below is a list of documents and information you will need to gather and keep in a safe place:
  Please check the list below to make sure you will qualify to use the interactive forms currently available: You and your spouse have no minor children. You and your spouse do not own expensive property. You have lived in Kansas for the past 60 days. If any of the above statements are false then you do not qualify to use this form. The form you need depends on where in the process you are. To begin the divorce:
We have many resources to help you file for a divorce in Kansas, whether or not you have children. Table of Contents Click on the topic you want to explore.
This guide provides help to anyone who may have to file a divorce in Kansas.   It is helpful for self represented persons and those who obtain the assistance of an attorney.   It provides definitions of legal terms, answers many frequently asked questions and generally prepares a Kansas litigant for the issues that may arise during a divorce.   ► This guide is also available in .pdf format at the bottom of the page.  
Information Needed for Divorce with Children Interactive Interview The interactive interview will ask you questions. This is to gather the info needed to complete all the forms for filing a divorce in Kansas.  There is a lot of data you will need to complete these forms.   Use this checklist to get all the needed info before you begin completing these forms.  The checklist format will allow you to print and mark the list to be certain you have all the needed info. About you:
Instructions for Divorce – With Children
In an effort to assist self represented litigants in representing themselves in Court, this set of questions for use at a final hearing have been developed.
 These are the instructions only that accompany the forms prepared by the Kansas Judicial Council and available to self-represented litigants for filing a reply (answer) to a Divorce Petition, where there are no minor children in the marriage. Current as of 12/2022.

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