Legal Information: Kansas
Do I need a lawyer?
It is highly recommended that you get a lawyer if you can, especially if the other parent has one. You can find free or low-cost legal help, as well as the Bar Association’s private attorney referral service, on our KS Finding a Lawyer page.
If you are going to be in court without a lawyer, our Preparing for Court – By Yourself section may be useful to you.
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