Legal Information: Kansas
Updated: September 12, 2022
You can find various court forms on the Kansas Judicial Council website including divorce, protection orders and more. You can also file for a protection order online at the Kansas Protection Order Portal and they will email your petition to the clerk so you don’t have to file it in person.
The clerk of court will also be able to provide you with the necessary forms. To find the courthouse nearest you, go to KS Courthouse Locations.
A local domestic violence organization may also have copies of these forms. To find help in your area, go to KS Advocates and Shelters.
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