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Legal Information: Kansas

Divorce

Updated: 
April 8, 2020

Where can I find additional information about divorce?

We hope the following links to outside sources may be helpful. Please note that WomensLaw has no relationship with any of these organizations and so we cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information contained on their websites.

Kansas Bar Association provides information on divorce, including grounds for divorce in Kansas, alimony, and residency requirements.

Kansas Legal Services has a manual called Divorce 101, How to Plan and Prepare for a Divorce Action, which you may find useful especially if you want to file for a divorce without an attorney’s help.

The Kansas Judicial Council has links to divorce forms for both those individuals with minor children and those without minor children.